Lenovo K8 Plus is expected to be made out of metal although it is not known if the entire device will be made of metal or if only a portion of the device will be made of metal.
Lenovo is all set to launch the K8 Plus, which is expected to be the successor to the Lenovo K6 Power. It is said that the device is going to have a dual camera set up and will run on Android’s stock version. The device is also going to be launching exclusively on Flipkart.
Lenovo has now gone out and shared a post on its Twitter page that shows the back portion of the smart phone. The image has been given the caption #KraveForMore along with the words: 1 day to go.
This image has revealed that the device is going to have a fingerprint sensor towards the back and will also have a dual LED flash towards the rear. An antenna band can also be seen towards the top of the device while the left side houses the volume rocker. A dual camera set up that is vertical will also be seen towards the back of the smart phone.
The body of the phone is expected to be made out of metal although it is not known if the entire device will be made of metal or if only a portion of the device will be made of metal. It is expected that the device will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. The device will have an octa-core MediaTek Helio P25 processor which clocks at 1.69 GHz.The device will also have a RAM of 3GB.
The predecessor of the device, the K8 Note has a dual camera setup towards the rear, a fullHD display of 5.5 inches, 4,000mAh battery as well as a deca-core Mediatek Helio X23 processor. Two variants of this smart phone are available: one version has 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage which costs INR 12,999. The second version of the phone has 4GB RAM and internal storage of 64 GB which costs INR 13,999. The Lenovo K8 Note has also set a trend according to which all future Lenovo devices will have Android as its operating system. This is a major change from the Vibe Pure UI that the company has been using for all its devices so far. Lenovo K8 Note became the first Lenovo smart phone that operated on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out-of-the-box.
Representatives of the company have said, “The stock Android will result in a more refined, secure and stable environment while offering customers a familiar and easy to use interface on their Lenovo devices. The move to stock Android will give users a cleaner interface, smoother experience and no excess bloatware – everything that a user has come to expect from a premium device.”