At the just concluded IFA trade show in Berlin, Lenovo also unveiled a team of 3 midrange phones in its budding K-Series line. The phones are the K6, K6 Power and K6 Note.
Yup they do actually. If you’re a follower of the Redmi line of Xiaomi phones, you’d spot the resemblance
All three phones share similar build design and looks so there really isn’t any distinguishing physical feature in their appearances except for the larger K6 Note.
The Lenovo K6 features a 5.2in IPS LCD 1080x1920p screen, 2GB RAM, 16/32GB ROM expandable via microSD to 128GB, 13M main camera, 8MP selfie shooter & 3000mAh non-removable battery.
The K6 Power, well, obviously has its battery as its selling point with a juicier 4000mAh battery under the hood. It features the same innards as the K6 but has 2/3GB RAM, 16/32GB ROM options.
The K6 Note as earlier highlighted is slightly bigger than the other K6 models highlighted above. Standing at 5.5in in screen size and also sporting a FullHD resolution, it has 3/4GB RAM, 32GB ROM expandable via microSD to 128GB, 16MP camera, 8MP selfie shooter.
All the K6 models are dual SIM, powered by 1.4GHz Octacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 CPU, run on Android OS 6.0.1 and have fingerprint scanners.
Their prices are supposed to hoover around $105-200 when they hit the Indian market first next month and hopefully other locations later.