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Lenovo K6 Note promises endless fun, entertainment

SEARCHING for a phone that can keep up with today’s fast-paced digital lifestyle? Well, look no further as Lenovo’s latest smartphone can certainly deliver. 

Launched recently at the Society Lounge Restaurant in Makati, the all-new Lenovo K6 Note promises endless fun and entertainment in the palm of the hand and comes with a pretty enticing price tag. 

Featuring a massive 4000 mAh battery, a blazing Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 64-bit 1.4GHz octa-core processor, enhanced 4G LTE connectivity and smooth 4GB RAM performance is a power-packed phone that will hit the shelves at an attractive P11,999. 

Dino Romano, country manager of Lenovo mobile Business Group

Take share-worthy photos with the Lenovo K6 Note’s 16MP rear camera with Phase Detection Auto Focus (PDAF) for sharp details and vivid colors, while its Lithium-polymer battery gives users enough battery capacity to stream all their Spotify playlists and Netflix videos all day. 

Also, enjoy an immersive audio experience with Dolby Atmos, which complements the Lenovo K6 Note’s 5.5-inch full HD IPS display. 

“We want to bring the modern Filipino smartphone user infinite entertainment everywhere with the Lenovo K6 Note through its outstanding pro-mode camera features, Dolby Atmos speakers and a long-lasting battery,” said Lenovo Mobile Business Group country manager Dino Romano. 

Lenovo K6 Note

The Lenovo K6 Note sports a sleek, all-metal unibody design in sophusticated dark gray, gold, and silver versions. 

Get a free Bluetooth audio headset when you purchase the Lenovo K6 Note at Lenovo stores and authorized dralers nationwide. 

Buyers can also enjoy financing options such as six months zero interest via credit cards or low monthly payments via Flexi Finance through selected dealers. 

For more info visit their website at www.lenovomobile.com.ph

Topics: Lenovo K6 Note , smartphone
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