The Lenovo K4 Note launched in India last month and just as we expected it has been in heavy demand. If you’re still undecided whether to make this your next smartphone purchase or not, it can be a good idea to check out some expert reviews. With this in mind, today we have a Lenovo K4 Note review choice and verdicts for you to take a look at.
The K4 Note launched as an exclusive for Amazon in India, and although it was initially only available through flash sales, we recently reported that it would move to open sale from February 15. That day is almost upon us, so now is a good time to consider some reviews of the phone. For full specs and pricing you might like to take a look at our earlier comparison of the Honor 5X vs Lenovo K4 Note before we get to the reviews.
Below this article we’ve embedded two different reviews of this phone so that you can get alternative takes on the K4 Note. The first Lenovo K4 Note review comes from Fone Arena and will give you an 8-minute look at the phone with some excellent insight. It begins by considering the design of the phone before moving on to the display and a tour of the handset. Other aspects covered in the review are the camera capabilities (with image samples), details of the optional VR headset, the software experience, features, connectivity, gaming, battery life and more.
In the reviewer’s final summary of the phone we get an outline of some of its pros and cons. For example pros include the display, performance, and build quality, though drawbacks are seen as the gaming performance and mediocre battery life. The ultimate verdict is that if you don’t require great battery performance or do a lot of gaming, the Lenovo K4 Note could be a decent choice for its price.
The second Lenovo K4 Note review below comes from 91mobiles. As you would expect it covers many of the same aspects as the first review, including price, a rundown of the specs, cameras, display, and software and various modes. Other factors in the review are the fingerprint scanner, performance, and gaming. Interestingly this reviewer also faced a few issues with the gaming experience.
At the conclusion there’s a wrap-up of some of the positives and negatives about the phone, with noted downsides here being the camera and to a greater extent gaming. It’s felt that the Lenovo K4 Note offers a lot for the money but could also be improved upon in several areas. The review also mentions alternative choices such as the Huawei Honor 5X and LeEco Le 1s. Although the K4 Note is considered a worthy enough option, the reviewer would choose the LeEco Le 1s.
Finally we’d be pleased to hear your views on this new Lenovo phone after you’ve viewed this Lenovo K4 Note review choice. Are you planning to purchase this smartphone, or will you now consider an alternative handset? We always appreciate your comments so do send them in.