Lenovo started teasing the upcoming K4 Note last week only, which we assume to be the successor of its K3 Note handset. However, it was initially not clear that the new phone will actually end up being called K4 Note. But now the Chinese firm has confirmed its name.
Now, the latest reports reveal that Lenovo has confirmed a 3GB RAM to come packed on this handset which is actually 1GB more than the predecessor. Some reports also suggest a 32GB internal storage with K4 Note, which almost doubles the capacity of K3 Note. This new model will feature a metal buils. According to the previous rumors, this handset might come with a fingerprint sensor and might be powered by MediaTek’s Helio X10 chipset.
It is being speculated that Lenovo might announce K4 Note at CES event in 2016.