Lenovo PH lifts curtains on K8 Plus and K8 Note dual-cam smartphones

Lenovo Philippines continues to make noise in the smartphone industry with the company’s new additions to its K series: the K8 Note and Lenovo K8 Plus.

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Lenovo K8 Note

The most prominent feature of the 5.5-inch K8 Note is its dual rear camera set-up sporting a 13-megapixel primary and 5-megapixel secondary depth sensor.

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These cameras provide users with enhanced depth of field and a “creamier” bokeh to make your subjects stand out more. On the front side is a 13-megapixel selfie camera backed up by a full-light LED flash for dark environments.

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Powering the K8 Note is a 10-core 64-bit processor, with four power-efficient cores clocked at 1.4GHz, four powerful cores clocked at 1.85GHz and two high-performance cores clocked at 2.3GHz. Sitting beside them is an ARM Mali T-880 MP4 graphics processing unit.

At the back of the all-metal unibody K8 Note is a 4,000mAh non-removable battery that comes equipped with a 15-watt rapid charger.

Lenovo K8 Plus

The two cameras of the 5.2-inch Lenovo K8 Plus allow users to tweak focus and adjust bokeh levels in their pictures. Users can also modify the aperture from f/0.8 to f/5.6, giving photographs its needed depth. These shooters have a dual-LED flash to aid low-light photography.

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To deliver a surround sound-quality audio, the Lenovo K8 Plus is furnished with Dolby Atmos complementing the handset’s Full HD IPS display and the TheaterMax Mode.

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Just like the bigger K8 handset, the Lenovo K8 Plus has a 4,000mAh battery that can last up to approximately 2 days of regular use.

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“We want to empower the modern Filipino smartphone user experience by providing the best of what Lenovo technology can offer. We want to continually bring the premium features closer to more consumers at a friendly price point. With the Lenovo K8 Note and Lenovo K8 Plus, users are able to enjoy superb photo quality, impressive performance and maximum multimedia experience through Dolby Atmos™ and TheaterMax technology,” said John Rojo, country manager of the Lenovo Mobile Business Group Philippines.

Running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat (with upcoming updates to Android Oreo), both handsets are exclusively available at Lazada for P11,999 (K8 Plus) and P13,999 (K8 Note). But since Lenovo is set to join Lazada’s Online Revolution  starting November 9 until December 12 this year, the Lenovo K8 Plus will be available at P7,999, while the Lenovo K8 Note will be available for P8,999.

1 Comment

  1. Ric Lopez

    November 12, 2017 at 4:16 PM

    rulls and lenovo store in SM Marikina wala stock when we try to buy today. So frustrated end up buying Samsung and oppo. Rulls in SM taytay also has none, sales clerk doesn’t even know K8 wala pa daw nun.

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