The New Lenovo 4k Note Smartphone: Sleek, Stylish, and Sophisticated
It seems that every time you turn around a new smartphone is hitting the market. With all the options, styles, and accessories, choosing the best phone for you can be a task that is somewhat overwhelming, to say the least. If this is your experience, the good news is that the Lenovo K4 Note greatly simplifies the process of finding a phone that offers great features at an affordable price.
A few of the things the K4 Note brings to the table are fairly rarely seen in smartphones. For one thing, the phone comes with dual speakers on the front, something that would normally be expected only with more expensive smartphones. These speakers allow you the luxury of watching videos or listening to music with very little drop off in the quality of the sound from what you would get if you were using a larger, more expensive sound system.
Another nice feature of the K4 Note is the fingerprint scanner that is located below the camera on the rear of the phone. Fingerprint scanners have been discussed as a way of adding a layer of security to one’s mobile devices for some time, but prior to the K4 Note such an option simply wasn’t feasible, at least at a level of affordability that made it accessible to most users.
Another bit of cutting-edge technology that you may find to be useful is the K4 Note’s ability to interface with a virtual reality headset. A number of tech companies have explored virtual reality, and it’s quite reasonable to expect that there will shortly be many applications available that employ virtual reality for an improved user experience. To this end, it’s nice that the K4 Note has the option of interfacing with all the newly developed (or soon to be developed) programs out there, and it’s offered at a rate that most people will be able to afford.
With an eye towards the virtual reality experience, the K4 Note employs TheaterMax technology to convert content into virtual reality content; this more immersive experience is sure to increase your viewing experience and will likely contribute to the strength of the K4 Note’s sales.
The display on the K4 Note is a 5.5 inch IPS display boasting a pixel density of 401 ppi. The 1080 x 1920 resolution ensures a crisp, vivid picture, and the whole thing is protected by durable Corning Gorilla Glass 3, so you won’t have to worry about it quickly developing the unsightly scratches that may plague other models.
The camcorder affords you the opportunity to engage in video calling, and the availability of a 13-megapixel rear camera with Phase Detection auto-focus nicely compliments the 5-megapixel front camera.
With a number of features that are fairly typical—such as the presence of both a rear and front camera—along with some that are highly unusual in a phone set at the K4 Note’s price point—such as the dual front-facing speakers and the virtual reality capabilities—you will likely find this piece to be a real bargain. Chances are this phone will prove to be just as popular as its predecessor.