Lenovo K10 Note gets a huge price cut, now starting at Rs. 9,999

After sitting behind the rocks for almost a year, Lenovo India came back with Lenovo K10 Note last year. It has been almost four months since Lenovo has launched it, but the device did not gain a lot of popularity. It is not because of the specs, but because of the Lenovo’s weird smartphone update policies. Apart from that, the device is excellent at the asking price of 15,000 when it is launched. Now, Lenovo K10 Note got a huge price cut and it is made available for Rs. 9,999 in India.

As discussed earlier, the device itself is really good. It can go head-on-head with Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro, Mi A3, Realme 5 Pro, and other smartphones at this price point. Although it uses the chipset from last year, Snapdragon 710 is still arguably one of the finest mid-range chipsets made by the company. Not just that, there is also a triple rear camera setup on the back of the device. Let us discuss the specifications of the device in detail. Shall we?

Lenovo K10 Note Specifications and Features

The Lenovo K10 Note boasts a 6.3-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The pixel density here is 403 PPI. The aspect ratio of the device is 19.5:9 and is almost bezel-less with a 90% screen-to-body ratio, thanks to the waterdrop notch. The phone looks very premium with Glass sandwich design and weighs in a roundabout 168 grams.

As for the internals, the device is grounded on a 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor. Adreno 616 handles the gaming duties here. The Adreno 616 can perform any tasks you throw at it and manages to deliver excellent frame rates while gaming. The phone is made available in 4GB RAM and 64GB storage and also available in 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variants.

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For the photographers out there, Lenovo has gone with a triple rear camera setup on the back of the device. The primary sensor is 16 megapixel unit with f/1.8 aperture. The secondary is an 8 MP telephoto sensor with 2X optical zoom. There is also a territory 5 MP unit here, which is basically a depth-sensing unit. There is also support for Phase detection autofocus, Exposure Compensation, and ISO control. A front-facing camera is a 16MP sensor with an f/2.0 aperture. The inbuilt proprietary camera application is pre-loaded with a plethora of options. There is also support for full-fledged manual camera mode.

As mentioned earlier, the phone has a contemporary glass-sandwich design. Just like the previous generation Lenovo devices, the device comes with Dolby Atmos support out of the box. All this is backed by a whopping 4050 mAh battery. So, overall this is a great offering from Lenovo. The device is currently being sold on Flipkart. At this price point, the competition is really high, but for ten thousand, you are getting a huge battery, excellent cameras, and performance.


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