As everybody knows by now, the smartphone market is one of the most competitive ones in the tech department because it’s filled with a tough crowd. What really makes this market so competitive is the fact that new companies are tagging along each year while all other major tech manufacturers are launching new flagships. In fact, Lenovo recently started making waves in the smartphone industry with its Lenovo K6 devices which were unveiled back in late 2016.
Lenovo took to IFA 2016 where it showcased its upcoming Lenovo K6 Power, K6 Note and the standard K6. Lately, Lenovo decided to launch the premium version K6 Power smartphone on the market and it comes for the rather cheap price of $162. Taking in consideration that this device is able to provide users with impressive hardware performances even under heavy usage, we think it’s safe to say that it is worth its money.
Additionally, one of Lenovo K6 Power’s key selling points is that it uses a large 4,000 mAh battery. It’s pretty obvious where the device’s name came from. The giant battery offers up to 96.5 hours of music playback, 49 hours of talk time or 649 hours of standby time. If this doesn’t seem impressive, interested customers should know that the device also comes with as special Ultra Powersave mode which improves its battery life expectancy by a large margin.
In terms of hardware performances, even though the device is very affordable it’s still equipped with high performing hardware parts. The device is powered by Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 430 processor that’s been paired with an Andreno 505 GPU and 3GB of RAM. Lenovo also equipped the device with some interesting features such as Dolby Atmos audio enhancement and noise cancellation microphone.
Lenovo K6 Power ships with a fairly sized 5.0 inch IPS LCD display that features a pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920 and 441 pixels per inch. While the display is able to provide users with impressive picture rendering functionalities and warm colors, what really makes it stand out is that it has multi touch features meaning that it supports up to five finger gestures at the same time.