Chinese multinational tech giant Lenovo has been steadily building its portfolio of affordable devices that features capable hardware for every segment in the smartphone industry today. As of late, the world has been keeping its eyes on the company as it was teasing a successor to its K3 Note that had spun praises and favorable reviews. Lenovo wants to further tease the masses by posting another photo on Twitter, confirming that the second iteration of the famed K3 note will feature a fingerprint sensor, as well as Near Field Communication (NFC) and a sweet 3GB of RAM.
According to the teaser shared by the company in the past few days, the Lenovo K4 Note will feature a metallic frame as well as a fingerprint sensor. Today, the company took it to Twitter to confirm that it will indeed have the feature, coupled with NFC and 3GB of RAM to make it as a huge step up as compared to its predecessor.
However, Lenovo was quite sparse with the details of the device. But according to rumors and speculations, the K4 note will likely be powered by a MediaTek Helio X10 chipset that was also seen in HTC's One X9. Internal storage also points out to 32GB, making it a device for multimedia playback and gaming.
While Lenovo's tweet indicates that the K4 Note is a "Bigger Killer, Bigger Game," the description would likely be directed to the RAM itself and not the display. Further speculations suggest that the K4 Note will still feature a 5.5-inch display size with Full HD (1920 x 1080) screen resolution.
Its predecessor, the K3 Note, managed to garner huge success for the Chinese handset manufacturer. Lenovo says that the device has sold more than 1.2 million units of the K4 Note in India, making it a sleeper hit from Lenovo.