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Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Lenovo K6 Power review
It's difficult to discuss any telephone in the sub-Rs 15,000 section without specifying Xiaomi. Xiaomi's stellar Redmi Note 3 and 3S Prime are deciding the perch in that section similarly as Samsung and Apple are ruler of the leads.

Muscling its way into this lifted up organization is Lenovo's K6 Power cell phone. On paper, the telephone offers a shockingly sensible bundle (Asus, observe) and appears like a convincing contrasting option to Xiaomi's spending lords. Here's the manner by which it fared in our survey.

Fabricate and Design: 7/10

Lenovo K6 Power camera and unique mark sensor

Note the powdered complete on the metal back

Given that the telephone is offering for Rs 9,999, I tempered my desires, yet regardless i'm disillusioned with the construct quality. The back of the telephone is metal and the matte dim complete (the shading we got for testing) isn't awful.

The metal complete implies that the telephone gets somewhat tricky, however.

Lenovo K6 Power speaker

As the two back speaker flame broils propose, you get double speakers

You get a middle adjusted camera and unique mark sensor on the back and a double speaker barbecue close to the base at the back.

For some odd reason, the small scale USB port is put at the best, close by the 3.5mm earphone jack. You'll discover the power and volume catches on the privilege and the SIM card opening on the left.

Lenovo K6 Power front catches

You get capacitive catches on the front, however they're not illuminated, which is disappointing

The catches are capacitive, yet are intelligent and not illuminated, which was frustrating.

Lenovo K6 Power side catches

The attack of the gadget is great, despite the fact that the nature of the materials could have been something more

While I for one feel that the Redmi Note 3 offers better form quality, the construct and complete of the K6 control is really not that terrible. There are no sharp edges and the shading tone is uniform. I simply wish it didn't feel so tasteless.

Highlights: 7/10

Lenovo K6 Power 1

Regarding particulars, you get a 5-inch, Full high definition IPS  liquid-crystal display screen. This means a PPI of 441, which is great. The chipset is a Snapdragon 430 unit timed at 1.4GHz — the Redmi Note 3 offers a substantially more effective Snapdragon 650 — that is upheld with either 2GB of random access memory and 16GB of capacity or 3GB of random access memory and 32GB of capacity. Memory is expandable by up to 256GB by means of a microSD card opening.

The back camera is a 13MP unit with PDAF and the front camera is a 8MP unit. The back camera can record video at 1080p and 30fps.

Lenovo K6 Power front earpiece and camera

You get a pleasant combine of double speakers, yet they're strangely situated on the back of the unit. For what it's worth (next to no), these speakers get Dolby Atmos bolster.

Network is comes as Bluetooth, FM Radio, Wi-Fi, and smaller scale USB v2.0. The FM Radio is reception apparatus which is likewise accessible.

Show: 6/10

The 5-inch IPS  liquid-crystal display board with Full high definition determination offers great pixel thickness and little else. The most extreme shine is sufficient for use in light, however that is the place the uplifting news closes.

Lenovo K6 Power show shut everything down

441 ppi is pleasant, however shading version needs work

The differentiation proportion is very awful, the screen has a distinctly blue cast to it and hues are certainly quieted. Surfaces likewise get sloppy in bright scenes.

Try not to hope to be wowed by this screen, however at Rs 9,999, it's not all that terrible. Survey edges are additionally fine.

The screen doesn't appear to have quite a bit of an oleophobic covering and is in this way an incredible unique finger impression magnet.

Programming: 7/10

The telephone runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with Lenovo's Vibe Pure skin to finish everything. The skin is sufficiently light, however I would have favored stock Android.

Lenovo K6 Power highlights 1

All things considered, there are various programming changes that I extremely enjoyed.

You get various helpful signals, for example, twofold tap to wake the screen, twofold tap the volume catch to take a photograph, decrease the volume of the ringtone when you get the telephone, and so on.

Lenovo K6 Power user interface 1

More helpful than this is an element that gives you a chance to run applications under two unique records. You can have WhatsApp running with two unique enlistments, for instance.

These are altogether clever highlights, however a few, similar to twofold tap to wake, are somewhat ease back to react. That general gradualness actually, infests the whole K6 Power understanding.

Execution: 6/10

Given that it's controlled by a Snapdragon 430, the K6 Power's execution is somewhat disappointing. While the UI is smooth, everything else, including the camera and particularly the program, appear to be cumbersome being used.

Lenovo K6 Power execution 1

Opening another tab, sitting tight for a page to stack, sitting tight for the console to fly up, and so on., are all a vital part of the experience.

On the off chance that the Redmi Note 3 didn't exist, I'd say that this execution was not bad, but at the same time not enough to blow anyone's mind. Since it exists, the K6 Power's execution is frustrating.

You'll be glad to note, nonetheless, that the gadget not even once warmed up in our tests. It got somewhat warm under maintained load, yet that is the extent that it got.

Lenovo K6 Power execution 2

The speakers are additionally decent and very boisterous. In any case, on the other hand, Lenovo put them on the back and didn't take the inconvenience to give the back a little lip or knock to raise the back marginally. Along these lines, sound can get quieted on the off chance that you put the gadget on its back on a level surface.

In some other circumstance, notwithstanding, the double speakers are very noisy and clear and I have positively no grumblings on that front.

Another zone where this telephone does well is in call quality. Voice quality was great and I didn't encounter any surprising system misfortunes. Information signals (4G) were constantly better than average on my typical course.

Goodness, and the unique finger impression sensor is quick and responsive.

If not for the general drowsiness of the telephone, I don't figure I would have had any protestations.

Camera: 7/10

I'm quite bit inspired with the camera. It's very nice at this cost and the camera programming brags of numerous helpful highlights. Scrutinize through the Flickr collection beneath to inspect the pictures and read my notes.

Lenovo K6 Power

You deal with ISO and white adjust, control over metering strategies and additionally a level pointer.

The component I preferred most about the camera is its speed. It's snappy to adjust to changing lighting conditions and center separations and I don't think I at any point missed a shot on the grounds that the camera couldn't meter and center in time.

Lenovo K6 Power Camera user interface

The picture quality of the device itself is entirely normal. In bright light, the device camera can stand its ground with any spending fellow mates in the same class and even same in low-light, execution isn't unpleasant.

There is a kind of clamor on the device to be located without a doubt, and this is a spending camera, as a result don't raise up your expectations too high on the result. In any case, at its cost, this is a better than average camera without a doubt.

One extremely disappointing part of the camera is that the cover glass gets unique finger impression sensors effectively. The resultant pictures are hazy and not metered accurately and I needed to clean the glass relatively every time I needed to take a photograph.

Battery life: 7/10

Battery life was great. My day by day utilization approximates to around 2-3 hours of video, a similar measure of music, perhaps a modest bunch of photographs, many messages on WhatsApp and Telegram and effortlessly 2-3 hours of perusing on the web (more than 4G). I don't amusement much on my telephone and I question I spend the greater part a hour daily playing recreations. I likewise don't spend in excess of several minutes daily chatting on the telephone.

Lenovo K6 Power battery life

Given that use, my Apple 6S Plus runs out when I get the chance to my bed, which means a strong few less than a day hours of battery life. In examination, Lenovo device K6 Power which has its 4,000-mAh capacity effectively got me during a time and a half utilization. This is generally what I oversaw on the Redmi model Note 3 too.

Charging was moderate, with the battery taking a hour to go from 1 percent to 29 percent. A full charge can take just about 4 hours on occasion.

I noticed that the battery tends to deplete quick the minute I run some escalated application, similar to a diversion. This is normal, however that deplete is somewhat quicker than I've encountered on other Android gadgets.

These perceptions are borne out by the way that our serious PCMark Battery Life benchmark evaluated the K6 Power at just shy of 9 hours. This is somehow low, considering the kind of stellar battery life that are presence in cell phones nowadays.

In any case, it bears say that the less expensive, the 3S Prime offers a kind of somewhat bigger battery and any long life of battery.

Decision and cost

The K6 Power's value places it at either gracelessly in the financial plan cell phone lineup. The Xiaomi brand Note 3 is accessible at a similar cost and also offers a Snapdragon 650 processor, which is no less than 30 percent speedier than the K6 Power device. Also the Xiaomi 3S Prime is less expensive and offers a similar execution and more better way of battery life, but with a lower-determination screen.

Redmi Note 3 Lenovo K6 Power Redmi 3S Prime

Chipset Snapdragon 650 Snapdragon 430 Snapdragon 430

Random Access Memory 2GB 3GB 3GB

Storage 16GB 32GB 32GB

Expandable to 256GB 256GB 256GB

Screen Size (inches) 5.5 5 5

Screen resolution FHD FHD HD

Camera resolution 16MP 13MP 13MP

Flash dual- liquid-crystal display Light Emitting Diode Light Emitting Diode

Battery (mAh) 4,050 4,000 4,100

Price Rs 9,999 Rs 8,999

Contrasted with alternate offerings available, especially those from Asus, the Lenovo K6 Power is an awesome arrangement. Contrasted with Xiaomi's offerings, it's most certainly not.

Thinking about the greater part of this, I would encourage anybody that is searching for a spending telephone to look no more remote than the Redmi Note 3. In case you're searching for a superior arrangement, the Rs 6,999 Redmi 3S Prime (2GB RAM/16GB capacity) is an incredible alternative.

Just in case you're bound and determined against a Xioami telephone would I prescribe the K6 Power, however.

On the off chance that you fall in that last gathering, rest guaranteed that you're getting a decent arrangement in the K6 Power; simply realize that it's not the best.

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