- Nov 9, 2015
Lenovo really seems to be working hard at expanding its product lineup, with new offers such as the metal Lemon 3, which just launched and the Lenovo K4 Note, which is even already available. Now, it seems, the OEM is hard at work on a successor to the latter and understandably so, given the success of the series so far. A possible candidate for the next-in-line spot, presumably the Lenovo K5 Note, was just spotted at TENAA, bearing the model number "K52t38". However, there is one major problem with the unit that is hard to ignore - it looks remarkably similar to some recent Xiaomi and Meizu models. If we take the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 for instance, the resemblance is obvious - the camera size, as well as position, along with the LED flash, round fingerprint reader and speaker grill. Even the curve and the relatively clean front look almost identical. TENAA also revealed a few details about the device's specs sheet. It is equipped with a 5.5-inch FullHD IPS display and runs on an undisclosed octa-core chip, clocked at 1.8 Ghz. Its body measures 152 x 75.7 x 8.49 mm. RAM is set at 2GB and storage at 16GB, there might also be a 32GB option, with a RAM upgrade to 4GB. The main camera is listed as a 13MP model, along with an 8MP shooter on the front. The phone is LTE-enabled, as one would expect and is powered by a 3500 mAh battery. Source (in Chinese) |...