OPTICXCESS — Despite losing heavily from other players in the field of smartphones, Lenovo is still trying to launch new products every time. Finally, they launched the Lenovo K10 Note not long ago.
Lenovo K10 Note is an intermediate smartphone that in theory has specifications like most smartphones today. Not only is powered System on Chip (SoC) powered, but also better camera features.
With these supports, this new Lenovo phone does look interesting. Nevertheless, this mobile phone certainly has advantages and disadvantages that need to be considered before applying for it.
Pros of Lenovo K10 Note
One of the advantages of the Lenovo K10 Note is clearly illustrated from the camera that sticks out at the back of the body. Like most mobile phones today, this phone equipped with a trio main camera.
In more detail, the Lenovo K10 Note has a main camera with a combination of 16 MP (f / 1.8) resolution main lens, a telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom capability of 8 MP (f / 2.4), and 5 MP resolution depth lens.
Supported by this relatively complete camera, the Lenovo K10 Note certainly requires a good data processor. In this case, Lenovo also relies on Qualcomm Snapdragon 710, which is now the belle of the middle class.
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With this powerful SoC, users can run various applications very smoothly. Even in theory, with a maximum combination of RAM up to 6 GB, this device can be an alternative “gaming” cellphone in the middle class.
Moreover, with the Lenovo ZUI 11 interface that is not adventurous, the Android 9 Pie system that runs on this phone can work more quickly and smoothly, with animations and transitions that are running fast enough.
Additional features offered to complement the needs of its users are quite complete. This phone is supported by large storage capacity, fingerprint scanner feature, gyroscope sensor, Bluetooth 5, to USB Type-C.
No less important, to support all of that, Lenovo K10 Note is equipped with a battery capacity of 4050 mAh embedded in the body, complete with support for fast charging 18 watts.
Comes with a polycarbonate body sprinkled with magnesium to change color, the Lenovo K10 Note appears more premium. But as a result, users will find it difficult to guard against smudges or fingerprints.
Not a real problem, because users can cover it with additional cases. Unlike the case with the absence of NFC – a feature that in my opinion is quite important for now – that can not be replaced.
Plus, despite using an interface similar to pure Android, it turns out Lenovo installs a lot of bloatware (applications and games built from Lenovo) into the device. Although in this case, the user can delete it.