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Lenovo K8 Note with dual camera launched in India

In a press event in New Delhi, Lenovo announced the launch of its next smartphone in the K series, the Lenovo K8 Note. The K8 Note is company’s first smartphone with a dual camera setup.

Positioned as a multimedia device with Dolby Atmos and TheaterMax baked in, the K8 Note packs in a dedicated Music key to control music seamlessly. It is available in two memory variants – one with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage and the other with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage.

With Lenovo K8 Note, the company is ditching its Android customization – Vibe Pure UI. The K8 Note comes with stock Android, and so will all forthcoming Lenovo smartphones.

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Lenovo K8 Note with dual camera launched in India

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Lenovo K8 Note Specifications

  • Operating System: Android Nougat 7.1.1
  • Display: 5.5-inch Full HD (1080 x 1920) with 2.5D curved glass | 450 nits brightness | Corning Gorilla Glass
  • Processor: 2.3 GHz deca-core MediaTek Helio-X20 (MT6797) processor | Mali-T880 GPU
  • RAM: 34 GB
  • Storage: 32/64 GB; expandable with a microSD card
  • Rear Camera: 13 MP + 5 MP camera
  • Front Camera: 13 MP with selfie flash | f/2.0 aperture | 5 element lens
  • Battery: 4,000 mAh | 15W fast charging

Lenovo K8 Note with dual camera launched in India

Priced at INR 12,999 ($204) for the 3 GB + 32 GB variant and INR 13,999 ($220) for the 4 GB + 64 GB variant, the Lenovo K8 Note will be available exclusively on Amazon.in in two color variants – Venom Black and Fine Gold. The first sale starts on August 18 at 12 noon.

What are your thoughts on the K8 Note? On paper, it’s a pretty good mid-range smartphone with dual camera setup. Would you want to pick one up? Tell us in the comments!

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