Lenovo K8 Note successor may launch this month in India. The Chinese consumer electronics giant has delivered media welcomes for a launch event in New Delhi that is planned for October 16 in the nation. While the welcome does not uncover the name of the smartphone that will be divulged at the event, it comprises of the words ‘The Killer Returns’.
In view of the data, it is normal that the producer will launch a successor to the Lenovo K8 Note. It has been more than over a year that Lenovo has propelled a smartphone in India. To review, the company had propelled the K8 Plus and K8 in September 2017.
The last smartphone in Lenovo’s K Note lineup was the K8 Note, which was propelled in India in August a year ago. The company as a rule calls the smartphones in this deal as ‘Executioner Note’, which is the reason the welcome sent by Lenovo insights at the launch of another K Note-Series smartphone in the nation.
The welcome does not uncover any data about the handset, but rather it demonstrates a conceivable metallic edge and adjusted corners. As said, the launch date of the smartphone is October 16 and we can expect more insights about the handset in the days paving the way to the launch.
It merits saying that Lenovo had propelled a couple of different smartphones in the K-Series after the K8-Series, yet none of them advanced into India. In the interim, the company is set to launch the Lenovo Z5 Pro in China soon. The company may launch either a rebranded form of the smartphone in India at the event, yet it is profoundly impossible.
Since the smartphones in the K-Series fall in the mid-budget segment, if Lenovo propelled the K8 Note successor, its cost in India is relied upon to be in the Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 20,000 territory. Different subtle elements on the new Lenovo smartphone are rare right now, and we avoid theorizing at this moment, as we can expect more insights about the up and coming handset in the following couple of days.
Christina Johnson is a proud born and raised Texan. Christina has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and the Austin American-Statesman. As a journalist for Eagle Daily Standard, Cristina covers national and international developments.