While Motorola came out with a bunch of smartphones this year, it’s parent company, Lenovo has been missing in action for the better part of the year. The Chinese brand finally broke its silence on Tuesday with the Lenovo K9, a smartphone that the company hopes will take on budget rivals like the Honor 7S, Xiaomi Redmi 6, Realme C1 and the likes. It’s primary feature is the dual camera setup both at the front and the back. However, while the earlier K-series phones from Lenovo all boasted of big batteries, the Lenovo K9 only packs a 3,000mAh battery. It certainly looks classy with a laminated glass body, and the K9, for the short time I had it in the hand, felt quite impressive to use.