Lenovo K3 Note Unboxing: 5.5″ FHD, 64-bit chipset for under RM700

If you remember, at the beginning of this year, Lenovo launched its K3 Note, which is a competitor to ZenFone 2 ZE500ML. Moreover, being a 5.5-inch FHD display phablet with 2GB RAM and 64-bit MT6752 processor, Lenovo K3 Note is also usually compared with other smartphones such as Meizu M1 Note, Mlais M52 Note or Xiaomi Redmi Note. We can say that this is a remarkable phone with affordable price and good specs.

Undfdstitled Lenovo K3 Note

Lenovo K3 Note Specs:

Lenovo K3 Note Specs are quite similar to ASUS ZenFone 2 ZE500ML Specs. It owns a large 5.5-inch IPS wide fit display with 1080p resolution (401ppi). Besides, the Lenovo K3 Note is powered by a 64-bit octa-core MediaTek MT6752 1.7GHz chipset paired with Mali-T760 graphics processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB of storage (and up to 32GB microSD). As for camera, K3 Note has a combo of a 13 mega-pixel rear cam with dual-tone LED flash and a 5 mega-pixel front shooter. Other tech features include dual SIM, 4G LTE support and a 3,000mAh replaceable battery, which can last for about 2 days on one charge with average usage. The whole device runs on VIBE UI 2.5 system based on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Furthermore, hardly serious lag or heating issues are reported by K3 Note users.

In terms of looks, K3 Note appears thin at 7.6mm, weighs 150 grams and comes with 2 colors: white and bright lemon yellow which is very eye-catching. The back cover is made of textured plastic with the brand’s name placed in the middle of the upper part. The volume and power buttons stay on one side of the phone while the other side contains the earphone jack of 3.5mm and the microUSB slot.

Lenovo K3 Note Price is also a plus for this product. For a regular version, K3 Note price in Malaysia is less than RM700, and it costs buyers about RM800 for the Lemon Version, which is just slightly different due to a special “ceramic piece vibration speaker” pumping out more decibels.

Lenovo K3 Note Hands on and Unboxing:

In the end, no doubt Lenovo K3 Note would be worth what you pay for it. It has a big screen, good battery life, powerful-enough processor and one more key selling point is that K3 Note scores more than 46,000 AnTuTu points, which means the performance of this device is fantastic.


So, if you are looking for a Lenovo K3 Note, you can click here for a K3 Note Malaysia regular version and here for a K3 Note Lemon Malaysia version.