In the beginning of 2016 Lenovo revealed its K5 lineup and its several representatives, the company made haste to announce their official successors – part of the K6 series. This happened at the IFA 2016 technological exhibition in Berlin. Some time ago we received the Lenovo K6 and we would like to put it to the test and acquaint you with its capabilities.
The improvements in K6 over its predecessor K5 seem many enough despite that the models have only 6 months in between. Nonetheless, a specs sheet cannot be a good enough reason to say that the new smartphone is worth it but it gives good premises.
Design and Construction
K6’s design features a metal body the back panel of which is not removable. We can also notice that, in comparison to its predecessor, the model now has more rounded corners and edges, resembling the latest iPhone’s design. You could hardly notice fingerprints on the phone’s body but the smooth surface and rounded corners make it a bit slippery. The good news, however, is that it’s a 5-inch smartphone so holding it in a single hand is comfortable and safe enough.
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