Lenovo is expected to officially announce the K4 Note smartphone on the 5th of January, which is exactly six days from now. Given that we’re this close to the official unveiling of the smartphone, the company has started teasing some of its features on social media.
The latest teaser from Lenovo India talks about the upgraded display on board the smartphone, which has given rise to speculation that the company might have something big in store with the device.
Its predecessor, the K3 Note comes with a Full HD (1920×1080) display, so it’s likely that the company is perhaps talking about an upgraded display resolution (Quad HD maybe?).
But since this is just a teaser for the time being, it’s tough to read too much into it. It’s just as likely that Lenovo is talking about a different display tech such as AMOLED instead of LCD rather than a beefed up resolution.
Here’s what the tweet says “When is a display more than just a sum of its pixels? Get ready to thrill your senses with the K4 Note#KillerNote2016.”
As for the other features of the handset, it has been mentioned already that it would pack 3GB of RAM, a fingerprint scanner on the back and NFC (near-field communication) capabilities for wireless payments and close proximity data transfer.
Considering that this is a successor to the K3 Note, we can expect the pricing to be around the Rs 10,000 mark.