Metal rules and Lenovo definitely knows that. The Vibe K5 Note comes with a gorgeous metal body that looks and feels great. You also get two equally beautiful colour variants to choose from.
Movie lovers are going to love watching their favorites on the large screen of the Lenovo Vibe K5 Note. This combined with crisp resolution and wide viewing angles means that you’re going to have a great time.
The Lenovo Vibe K5 Note will strike a chord with audio enthusiasts, thanks to the Dolby Atmos technology. This is complemented by the Wolfson Audio technology and the multiple mic system to ensure that even your self-recorded videos sound great as well.
The Vibe K5 Note is compatible with Lenovo’s TheatreMax technology that lets you attach the phone to an ANTVR headset. Then you’ll be able to watch movies as though you are actually sitting in a theatre. That’s awesome!
With its large rear camera sensor and the PDAF (phase-detection auto-focus) technology, the Lenovo Vibe K5 Note is quite a good snapper. This combined with its awesome front camera means that you will be taking quality images with the front as well as the rear camera.
To ensure everything stays smooth, the Lenovo Vibe K5 Note comes with a powerful 64-bit octa-core processor by MediaTek. So it doesn’t matter if you like to watch movies, play games, or just surf the web. The phone can handle it all.
With Lenovo Vibe K5 Note, you get to choose between two RAM options. So you’ll be able to choose how powerful you want your device to be. How cool is that!
With the large battery on the Lenovo Vibe K5 Note, you can be sure that you’ll get hours of entertainment from the device before you have to plug in the charger again.
Great device ------ go for it.....
SURENDRA KUMAR MEENA
28 Oct, 2016
8 Nov, 2016
Good phone; competitive price; HARDWARE issues: BAD service
22 Nov, 2016
SHIVA NARAYANAN M
5 Mar, 2017
12 Aug, 2016
18 Mar, 2017
6 Nov, 2016
Good phone but not the KILLER..
20 Aug, 2016
Really good experience with VR mode
12 Aug, 2016
Lenovo vibe note 5 awesome with few constraints
7 Aug, 2016