Lenovo K6 Power battery-centric phone launched at Rs 9,999

first_imgLenovo launched its new battery-centric phone, the K6 Power in India on Tuesday. The Lenovo K6 Power will be available for buying at a price of Rs 9,999 exclusively from online retail website Flipkart starting from December 6 at 12pm. The K6 Power comes with a full-metal unibody and a rear mounted fingerprint scanner. It’s a gradual progression of the K5 Note’s design, according to Lenovo. It comes with a 5-inch 1080p IPS display (441ppi, 450 NIT brightness) and is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor clubbed with 3GB RAM and 32GB memory. The dualSIM phone supports expandable storage of up to 128GB, 4G LTE connectivity and runs Android Marshmallow OS-based Pure UI.It sports a 13-megepaixel camera (Sony IMX258) on the rear with phase detection autofocus and LED flash alongside an 8-megapixel front camera.The phone is backed by a 4,000mAh battery that is claimed to offer up to 13.6 hours of video playback and up to 27 days of standby on single charge, according to Lenovo.Also read: Lenovo K6 Power: Full specifications, top features, price and everything you need to knowFurther more, the K6 Power comes with an ultimate power saving mode that can extend battery life of the phone by up to 3X, by cutting off data and leaving only the essential apps running, as per the company. Users can customise up to 3 apps that will continue to run under such a sitaution as well. The phone also supports reverse charging, much like the Asus ZenFone 3 Max, and can be used to charge other devices.advertisementThe K6 Power will be available in three colours: silver, gold and dark gray.The K6 Power is not so much about hardware specs as it is about smartphone experiences, according to Lenovo. To emphasise its multimedia prowess, the phone comes with TheatreMax and Dolby Atmos sound tech over a pair of stereo speakers.More often than not, TheatreMax is confused with virtual reality, however, it isn’t exactly VR per se. “TheatreMax is not exactly VR, but a technology that creates a stereoscopic effect of the whole UI so that everything you view is rendered twice,” the company stressed. “A VR headset is required just to make the experience more immersive as it prevents the edges from distorting,” it added.last_img

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