The Lenovo K6 Note belongs to the same family as the K6 Power but has been launched as an offline first option. The primary differentiator is the bigger display size. While the K6 Power should be more appealing to anyone looking for compact phones, the K6 Note sticks to the more conventional 5.5-inch display size.
On the outside, the K6 Note has a very generic design with symmetrical elements aligned along its axis. You can decide between 3 different color options: Gold, Silver, and Grey.
It is powered by 1.4GHz Snapdragon 430 octa-core chipset, which isn't blazing fast but consistent and cool. There are 3GB and 4GB RAM options to choose from, each with 32GB of internal storage. You can also use the second SIM card slot for plugging in a MicroSD card as well. The software is Android Marshmallow based Pure UI, which dials down on bloatware and other customizations for faster performance.
On the rear, the handset houses a 16MP camera module with PDAF and dual-tone flash. On the front, you have a standard 8MP selfie shooter. The handset houses a 4000mAh battery within its 8.4mm thick body. Standard K series features such as Secure Zone for dual Apps, TheaterMax for enjoying multimedia on a larger virtual canvas, and Dolby Atmos for immersive audio (should the content support it) have also been included.
The Lenovo K6 Note makes for a powerful option for offline buyers. Those who are comfortable buying online can also go for Moto M in the same budget. The lowest price of Lenovo K6 Note in India is 15,999 INR.
- Good battery backup
- Good camera hardware
- 4G VoLTE support
- Interesting Software
- Mediocre chipset
- Hybrid SIM slot