Gadgets

Two Lenovo K6 Note variants launched in India

Agency | December 14, 2016 04:26 PM

New Delhi : Lenovo India on Wednesday launched its Note series "Lenovo K6 Note" in two variants for the Indian consumers.

The first variant (32GB with 3GB RAM) is priced at Rs 13,999 while 64GB with 4GB RAM model is priced at Rs 15,499, along with expandable capacity up to 128GB with microSD card support.

The 5.5-inches full HD display device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa-core processor with 4G LTE connectivity. It also sports 16 MP rear camera and 8 MP front camera.

"We are also introducing the K Series for the first time in offline retail channel to ensure that a larger set of our consumers can enjoy the best multimedia immersive smartphone experience," said Sudhin Mathur, Executive Director, Lenovo Mobile Business Group, India, in a statement.

The Lenovo K6 Note will be available in dark grey, gold and silver colours at retail stores from December 17.

"The device is built on the foundation of our most successful K-franchise and with enhanced features like Theatermax and Dolby Atmos, this generation takes the multimedia experience to the next level and redefines entertainment," the company said.

Have something to say? Post your comment
Must Read
Former Punjab BJP Chief Kamal Sharma suffers cardiac arrest
Former Punjab BJP Chief Kamal Sharma suffers cardiac arrest
Mining Mafia: Five cases registered in Hoshiarpur for illegal mining
Mining Mafia: Five cases registered in Hoshiarpur for illegal mining
Will appointment of CPSs bring anything good for “financially crunched” Punjab? What about the much needed ‘austerity’ measures by Captain Di Sarkar?
Will appointment of CPSs bring anything good for “financially crunched” Punjab? What about the much needed ‘austerity’ measures by Captain Di Sarkar?
Good news for Congress MLAs, who are aspirant to become cabinet ministers ,Punjab Cabinet expansion soon
Good news for Congress MLAs, who are aspirant to become cabinet ministers ,Punjab Cabinet expansion soon
'Amarinder emerged as a model for a dispassionate biography'
'Amarinder emerged as a model for a dispassionate biography'
Traffic Cops’ chaos was a conspiracy hatched by an IPS Officer to destabilise me: Ludhiana Police Commissioner
Traffic Cops’ chaos was a conspiracy hatched by an IPS Officer to destabilise me: Ludhiana Police Commissioner
One BDPO and a Punchayat Secretary of Punjab suspended for alleged fruad
One BDPO and a Punchayat Secretary of Punjab suspended for alleged fruad
25 IAS and One PCS Officer transferred in Punjab
25 IAS and One PCS Officer transferred in Punjab
  Vigilance Bureau Punjab pulls up its socks to fight corruption tooth & nail
Vigilance Bureau Punjab pulls up its socks to fight corruption tooth & nail
Ashwani Sekhri returned official vehicle to STC
Ashwani Sekhri returned official vehicle to STC
All traffic cops of Ludhiana refuse to manage traffic in protest against forcible retirement of their three colleagues
All traffic cops of Ludhiana refuse to manage traffic in protest against forcible retirement of their three colleagues
Sidhu initiates process for shifting Garbage dumps in Amritsar, Jalandhar & Bathinda
Sidhu initiates process for shifting Garbage dumps in Amritsar, Jalandhar & Bathinda