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Lenovo debuts Lenovo K6 family of phones
It’s not just laptops and tablets that Lenovo is showing off at IFA 2016. In addition to yesterday’s announcement of the Moto Z Play, Lenovo has also revealed a series of metallic mid-rangers as part of the new K6 family. There are three models in total, the Lenovo K6, K6 Power, and K6 Note.
Under the hood, the trio offer many of the same specs including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, microSD for expansion, dual-SIM support, LTE, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS, Dolby Atmos certification, fingerprint scanners, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based software. Where the phones differ is in the RAM, camera packages, batteries, and screen sizes.
The base Lenovo K6 and the K6 power both offer up either 2GB or 3GB RAM, depending on if you pick the 16 or 32GB storage model. Meanwhile, the K6 Note has 32GB storage and your choice of either 3 or 4GB RAM.
On the display front, the K6 and K6 power rock 5-inch 1080p displays, while the Note gets a bump to 5.5-inches with the same 1080p resolution. Turning to the camera, you get an 8MP front cam on all models, with a 13MP main shooter on the K6 and the Power and a 16MP shooter with phase detection autofocus on the Note.
Lastly, the K6 the smallest battery at 3000 mAh, with the Power and Note both offering a 400mAh battery.
Details on pricing and availability aren’t clear just yet, though we can pretty much bet they will never make their way stateside. In the meantime, be sure to stay tuned to Android Authority, where we will do our best to bring you more great IFA coverage.