week, Lenovo started teasing the upcoming K4 Note, which we assume will be the
successor to the affordable K3 Note from earlier this year. Back then it
wasn't clear whether the new phone would actually end up being called K4 Note,
but now the Chinese company has confirmed its name.
Furthermore, it just keeps on
teasing the device. Through a competition of sorts, Lenovo has basically
revealed that the K4 Note will sport 3GB of RAM - that's 1GB more than its
predecessor. Some reports are also pegging its internal storage at 32GB, which
would be double that of the K3 Note. The new model will feature a metal build.
Past rumors had it coming with a fingerprint scanner too, and it could be
powered by MediaTek's Helio X10 chipset.
The K4 Note will be officially
announced sometime in 2016, and January is a safe bet given how eager Lenovo is
to tease it already. It's being speculated that we might see the K4 Note at
CES, but that hasn't been confirmed yet.