Lenovo has sold half a million K4 Notes

Lenovo K4 Note is a huge wave in the smartphone industry. As per the reports, the company has sold half a million K4 Note smartphones since the launch in this January. It is surprising to hear that a smartphone has sold over half a million numbers in just 3 months after the launch. The comments and replies to the news states that they totally deserve it because of the build quality of the smartphone. Thousands of users replied positively to the achievement that encourages the device to take down more heights in coming months.

The Fingerprint scanner and 10 point multi-touch features was very successive on the device and attracted thousands of users to it. A good design joined with some powerful specs including 3 GB RAM and an Octa-core processor also boosted the popularity to a great extent. Even with these high-end specs, the device is just priced around 11K INR that made it a quite affordable smartphone of the range.

Based on our tests, the device was well outputting quality visuals on HD streaming or even on high-end gaming. Games like Asphalt 8 was smoothly running on the device without showing any stuck windows or framerate laziness. The 3GB RAM is far enough to provide a seamless gaming experience on the device with the Full HD display and decent graphics.

While talking about the camera quality, the images looked good with the 13.0 MP shooter on the back which opposes the 5.0 MP shooter on the front. The selfies looked good as well as the clear images on the back. While recording the videos, the light stability created a small problem, especially while zooming. But, when comparing to other pros of the device, it is not that much of a noticeable con of the smartphone.

There were some curses that the device is running on the Android 5.1 Lollipop OS instead of the marshmallow OS. As it is just released in this year after the launch of the Android marshmallow on almost all modern day devices, the users expected it to be on the K4 Note too. But, the things wasn’t as expected when the company introduced the smartphone with the Android 5.1 version.

Taking this all to the account, there is no wonder that the device hit half a million sales in just 3 months. The journey will continue in coming days as the device is still a popular one among the users. So, let’s wait and watch.

Muhammed Swalih is a Blogger by profession who also has a great taste in Web Development, SEO, Graphic Designing, etc.
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