Friday, December 19, 2014

Lenovo has launched a new phone called the k3 Lemon

Lenovo is getting stressed over Chinese smartphone rival Xiaomi taking all the heavenliness, and has proclaimed its first telephone to battle the quickly stretching firm. The gadget's name? All things considered, as indicated by the site where it can be acquired, its the Music Lemon K3, however somewhere else its alluded to as the K3 Le Lemon. In any case, it has something to do with lemons. Why? All things considered, its presumably all the more about the shade yellow – evidently a very typical tone in Chinese society – than the apples and oranges.

Lenovo Le Lemon K3 Sidethe Le Lemon is intended to test Xiaomi's passage level telephone, the Redmi 1s. This doesn't mean the spec is dismal however. It's really great. Lenovo has fitted a 5-creep, 720p IPS touchscreen to the 128 gram gadget, and its controlled by a 64-bit, 1.2ghz Snapdragon 410 processor and 1gb of RAM. Considering the telephone costs what might as well be called $100 without an agreement, that is really great.

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On the back of the splendid yellow body shell is a Sony-delivered 8-megapixel cam, while a 2-megapixel cam on the front will deal with the selfies. An aggregate of 16gb inward stockpiling memory is prepared for utilization, in addition to there is a Microsd card opening, a 2300mah battery, double SIM openings, and 4g LTE integration in China. Lenovo has additionally included some conspicuous speakers and a couple of sound changes to make the K3 sound extraordinary.

In October, Lenovo said it would dispatch an online-just opponent brand to Xiaomi. Without a doubt enough, the Le Lemon K3 won't be sold in stores, and is as of now just accessible through the Chinese online retailer In August, Xiaomi turned into China's number one smartphone brand, leaving Lenovo, Samsung, and Yulong all battling over second place


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