The Lenovo K8 Note comes as the company’s first smartphone to feature a dual rear camera setup. This is also the first Lenovo phone to come with stock UI rather than the Vibe UI. The company has announced that it has completely ditched the Vibe UI and will be using stock UI for all of its upcoming phones.
Coming to the main highlight of the phone – the dual rear camera setup. The Lenovo K8 Note features a dual rear camera setup comprising a 13MP standard sensor and a 5MP depth-sensing sensor. The phone is touted to support Bokeh effect with the help of the secondary depth-sensing camera. Up front, it flaunts a 13MP shooter for clicking selfies. Both the front and rear cameras are accompanied by a single LED flash. The phone also gets a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a dedicated music key which can also be configured to act as a shortcut key or as a camera shutter.
Design and Display
Available in venom black or fine gold color, the eye-catching Lenovo K8 Note delivers vibrant, pixel-perfect images. What’s more, this 5.5” smartphone is water repellant and the FHD display is protected with scratch-resistant, toughened Gorilla® glass—helping to keep your K8 Note look its best, for longer.
Underneath the display, the phone draws its power from an octa-core Helio X23 chipset. The Lenovo K8 Note is the first phone to launch in India with the Helio X23 processor. For multitasking and storage, this comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The phone also comes in another variant with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The phone also let users further expand the storage with a dedicated MicroSD card slot.
If you love to watch on the go or game from anywhere, the K8 Note sure ticks all the boxes. With enhanced Dolby Atmos® audio and an intuitive, easy-to-use Music Key, your music, videos, and games will come to life with crisp, clear sounds that flow all around you.