Exclusive: Lenovo K10 Note live images Surface; key specs revealed

Lenovo hasn’t had the best of times in mobile space in the past few years. The brand abruptly pulled out of the Indian smartphone market but is gearing up to make a big comeback with three new phones – the Z6 Pro, K10 Note, and A6 Note.

While the Z6 Pro is going to be a flagship-grade phone aiming to take on Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro, the K10 Note and A6 Note will be mass devices featuring under Rs 15,000 and Rs 12,000 segments. Lenovo hasn’t revealed any details about these products, but we got hold of some live K10 Note images and a few key specs.

Lenovo K10 Note Specs

The Lenovo K10 Note will be another smartphone that uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 as the workhorse. The image that we got hold of has clear mention of Lenovo K10 Note as the device name. Lenovo has marked the K10 Note as Lenovo L3811. In the CPU tab, there’s a clear mention of Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 Octa-Core 2.20 GHz.

Under the Rs 20,000 segment, there’s already a long list of phones that are powered by Snapdragon 710 and K10 Note will add to the list. The octa-core chipset is aided by Adreno 616 GPU, Multi-core AI engine and X15 modem.

As for the design, it is evident from the images that the Lenovo K10 Note has a U-shape notch screen on the front. The rear panel seems to feature a triple rear cam setup which seems to jut out slightly from the body. There’s also a capacitive fingerprint sensor at the back of the phone. While most modern smartphone in this segment flaunts a gradient finish, the k10 Note has conventional single tone glossy back.

While we know that the K10 Note has triple cameras, the optics hardware details are still a mystery. In all likelihood, the upcoming K10 Note could just be a rebranded version of Lenovo Z6 Youth that earlier launched in China.

The good news is that the K10 Note India launch is just a week away and that’s when the entire picture will become clear. What do you expect from the next "killer Note"? Let us know in the comments.

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