Dec 16, 2016 08:19 AM EST
Lenovo K6 Note Coming to India: Bigger Battery, More RAM; Is It Worth to Upgrade From K5 Note?
Lenovo K6 Note will hit India soon and the series packs a few upgrades from its predecessor, K5 Note. How do they compare?
Lenovo K6 Note Specs: What are The Differences from K5 Note?
Lenovo K6 Note packs 5.5-inch screen with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution and 401 ppi pixel density. There is no difference on the screen size except that the K6 Note has bigger screen-to-body ratio than the K5 Note. It is also 0.1 mm thinner than the predecessor.
The device gets Android Marshmallow out of the box instead of Lollipop like K5 Note. There is also a processor shift, from Helio P10 to Snapdragon 430.
Lenovo K6 Note boasts 32 GB internal memory and two RAM options: 3GB and 4 GB. There is a dedicated card slot for memory expansion. On the other hand, K5 Note is a hybrid device that uses SIM 2 slot for such feature.
There is an improvement in the optic's rear. Lenovo K6 Note packs 16 MP camera with dual LED flash and PDA whilst the front-facing shooter carries 8 MP lens, News18 reported.
Both K6 Note and K5 Note have Dolby Atmos speakers for audio enhancement, fingerprint sensor, FM radio, microUSB 2.0 and Bluetooth 4. Lenovo K6 Note gets bigger battery capacity, 4000 mAh, compared to K5 Note with 3500 mAh.
Lenovo K6 Note or K5 Note?
On paper, Lenovo K6 Note offers better hardware than the K5 Note but the improvements aren't significant. There is nothing special about the upgrades and if users want to switch their devices, there are other alternatives worth the value, such as Redmi Note 3.
Lenovo K6 Note will be available across India on Dec. 17 for 15,999 INR which translates around $206.