Lenovo has offically announced its K6 series smartphones which is K6,K6 Power and K6 Note. All the phone sports a metal unibody design, gets dual-SIM slots, 4G LTE support, and runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.
omg looks like my redmi note3 pro i never regret this my 3 gig ram version.
Akalp, 02 Sep 2016Which Moto phone has mediatek?Moto E3 and Moto M
Lenovo want to penetrate US and more European countries. May be that's why a k6 note with low specs.
They will mostly introduce Helio P10 in China and India
Totally agree, i believe every smartphone having the price range of USD$100-$150 should use SD 625. the economy of scale will help to reduce the cost and eventually cost of the SD 625.
The benefit is for the society also. Lower power consumption, savings of electricity and more speedy and more longer usage.
By the looks of it, we can't expect to see SD625 in smartphones under $300 in the meantime. Asus Zenfone 3, Moto Z Play, and the latest rumoured Lenovo Vibe P2 proved it. Qualcomm still charge premium for 14nm fabricated chipset.
snapdragon 430 is a downgrade to helio p10, wheres lenovo going with this? they never learnt from the mistake they did with k5 note, it should have been snap 650 this time! lenovo should fire its staff who makes such shitty ideas
Lenovo should release Moto phones in lower mid range segment (like G4, G4 plus, X play, G3) with SD 625/652. All new Moto phones are either entry-level (E3, E3 power, G4 play) or higher mid-range (Z series). Even upcoming Moto M (XT1662/XT1663) has a MTK chipset. They should use only SD for Moto and MTK for Lenovo. After all Moto has more brand name than Lenovo
I don't understand lenovo. They have So many models prices close to each other.
Currently happy with my new K4 Note, the better part being the dual front stereo speakers.
It can get pretty warm, thus I look forward to a future device with an efficient SoC, such as SD625. Till then, I'm gonna skip both K5 and K6.
Lenovo Moto Z Play is a good candidate but as of now it is overpriced IMO.