Lenovo has announced the launch in India of the smartphone Lenovo K8 Note, a terminal with decent specifications for its price and that has the appeal of the Android version stock.
Last week we commented Lenovo’s announcement of the use of these “pure” versions of Android in its terminals. Versions without additional layers added as a user interface and apps that, in my opinion and with some exceptions, usually offer a worse experience than the Android stock versions that Google uses in its own terminals.
The Lenovo K8 Note is the first we see with this kind of version after the Lenovo announcement. And it’s not bad for its price, around $ 200. It is based on an IPS 5.5 inch 2.5D screen and 1080p resolution. Its chipset is a MediaTek Helio X23 with 10 cores and a Mali-T880 GPU.
It comes with 3/4 Gbytes of memory and 32/64 Gbytes of internal expandable storage with microSD cards. It has a main camera system with double lens of 13 and 5 megapixels and a front of 13 MP.
Its chassis is made of metal, has a splash coating and a fingerprint sensor. With Android stock 7.1.1 is offered in various color finishes and will be available in Amazon India from August 18, with exchange prices ranging from 203 to 219 dollars. We do not know if it will launch in the international market, but would be a good element for the mid-range market.