Lenovo K3 Note Price is $145 USD or Php 6,499 : 2015 Octa Core Phablet for Less

Apart from the very budget-friendly Lenovo A6000, this is another 2015 model that I wish the Chinese electronics giant would launch in the Philippines as soon as possible.

Lenovo K3 Note

Priced at only $145 USD (or $160 for the 'Teana' version) and set to hit store shelves in China anytime soon, Lenovo K3 Note is a full-fledged phablet sporting a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS display, 13 MegaPixel autofocus main camera with Dual Tone LED flash, and a 5 MegaPixel front cam for selfies. Under the hood, the device runs on an Octa Core 1.7 GHz MediaTek MT6752 chipset that incorporates eight ARM Cortex A53 CPUs and a Mali-T760 GPU, handles multitasking with 2 GB of RAM, and has 16GB of internal storage that users can expand using microSD card slot supporting up to 32GB.

Lenovo K3 Note

Looks-wise, the K3 Note dons a rather simple design identity that's devoid of lush metallic accents or real metal outer parts. There two things, however, that make it quite a standout among the many phones in its price echelon; First, it's Yellow. And second, it has this circular design element at the back lined with dots and bearing the Lenovo logo. Just from looking at these photos that were first posted online by Gizmochina, I think the looks quite interesting.

Lenovo K3 Note

Equipped with Dual SIM Dual Standby capability (with SIM1 supporting LTE mobile speeds), Lenovo K3 Note will go head to head with the Meizu M1 Note if and when it gets released in the Philippines within the next few weeks. Having almost identical technical specs as the K3 Note, Meizu M1 Note is already available across the Philippines for as low as Php 7,990 via Kimstore and Novo7Tech stores both physical and online.

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