Lenovo is prepping a follow-up to the K4 Note and this model, called Lenovo K5 Note for now has already received the TENAA certification. The device is pictured below, courtesy of the same authority.
It seems that this design is heavily based on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, as well as the Meizu metallic handsets launched over the past year. This model has a metal body that can easily be confused with a Xiaomi, down to the fingerprint scanner and speaker placement. Specs were also revealed by TENAA, including the 1.8 GHz octa core processor, the famous MediaTek Helio P10 and 2 GB of RAM.
There’s a 5.5 inch Full HD screen in the mix, 16 GB of storage and Android 5.1 as the OS. The device does LTE, has an 8 megapixel front camera, a 3500 mAh battery and a main 13 MP shooter. We could also see a 32 GB/ 3 GB RAM version in the future. Finally, Lenovo K5 Note measures 8.49 mm in thickness and weighs 165 grams.