Lenovo K4 Note With 3GB RAM, Metal Build, Lenovo K4 Note Set to Launch in January 2016


Continuing to tease the upcoming Lenovo K4 Note, Lenovo once again teased another picture on Twitter hinting that the upcoming smartphone might feature 3GB of RAM. Much of the details about this upcoming successor of the K3 Note is under wraps, but these teases from Lenovo has given us some insight in what the next Note smartphone from Lenovo might offer and the time frame in which this smartphone might see the light of the day.

The latest picture shared by Lenovo on its Twitter handle hints that the Lenovo K4 Note will feature 3GB of RAM. Though they did not directly mean it but as there was not any option greater than 3GB and anything lesser than 3GB will not have excited Lenovo enough to share this picture and even the previous generation of the Lenovo K Note Series of smartphones featured 2GB of RAM.


Lenovo K4 Note With 3GB RAM, to be launched in January 2016

In addition to this, the upcoming Lenovo phablet will offer 32GB of internal storage compared to the 16GB built-in storage of its predecessor. Earlier to this picture, Lenovo had shared a picture last week, which showed the K4 Note flaunting a metal body metal body, having usual volume rocker keys, camera sensors and the USB port. The smartphone is also expected to incorporate a fingerprint scanner. Considering all these leaks and other reports, the company is readying for the launch of the K4 Note in January and the announcement will most probably happen at the CES 2016.


If the above probabilities come true, the Lenovo K4 Note might become the cheapest smartphone in India to feature a fingerprint scanner and a metal build, taking into account that the cheapest smartphone with a fingerprint scanner, Coolpad Note 3 does not feature a metal build and other smartphones like InFocus M680 does feature a metal build but they lack the fingerprint scanner. This will happen if Lenovo keeps the price tag of its upcoming K4 Note under come with metal build but lacks fingerprint, 10,000 like its predecessor K3 Note, which was launched in June this year and it became the first phone under Rs. 10,000 to sports a full HD screen.

The Lenovo K3 Note was first launched in China before it made its way into India but thanks to the huge popularity the K3 Note enjoyed in India, this will probably change this time with Lenovo launching the smartphone parallelly in both the Indian and Chinese markets.