Review Lenovo K10 Note (6GB/128GB)

Review Lenovo K10 Note (6GB/128GB)
Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Review Lenovo K10 Note (6GB/128GB)


It looks pleasant forthright with a dewdrop score display with no bezels on the sides (be that as it may, it has a slight jawline at the base). It feels light, minimal and simple to hold. Tragically, the back structure is somewhat flat, in any case, and the sparkling plastic body pulls in smudges effectively.


Better than average 6.3-inch FHD+ display. The LCD board with HDR10 support, which is really great considering the value goes. It likewise creates decent, punchy hues, and works fine in outside light conditions.


Lenovo's ZUI is entirely near-stock Android, which is something to be thankful for. It keeps things decent and basic, yet given the way that the main changes are to the vibe of the notice conceal, and the undertaking switcher and no significant highlights are included, the ZUI layer could have been effectively skipped, which would have brought about a much progressively responsive inclination UI.


Great performance from a solid Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC. The smartphone performs serenely and handles moderate performing various tasks well. Gaming performance is great as well.

Review Lenovo K10 Note (6GB/128GB)


Triple camera arrangement at the back incorporates a 16-megapixel essential camera sensor, 8-megapixel zooming with 2x optical zoom (an irregularity in this fragment), and a 5-megapixel profundity sensor. 

Performance of the 16-megapixel essential camera is great, particularly in the sunshine, foundation hues turn out lavishly in the photos. 

It likewise has great center speed, great representation mode photographs (with great edge identification). By and large, the K10 Note has fit cameras at the cost section, however, it's not exactly there at the highest point of the heap. 

Tragically, while the zooming one sounds amazing on paper, the quality is normal. You will find that you can get similar outcomes with computerized zoom on contending smartphones. The cameras are likewise normal in low light. There is a devoted night mode, and it helps apiece, however very little. Video recording quality is normal. Sound is likewise a touch of an issue as well, as it by and large sounds tinny. It additionally has a normal selfie camera, skin surfaces look honed and hues aren't constantly precise. There is no blaze either for night photographs. 


The smartphone has a solitary speaker, yet with Dolby Atmos support, which improves the general sound presentation.


Great battery existence with an enormous 4050mAh battery. You will get around 1.5 days periods of moderate use. Tragically, while it does, in fact, 18W quick charging, the genuine charging velocity isn't excessively extraordinary, the battery charges around 63 percent in an hour and takes very nearly more than two hours to completely charge.


Truly, while the K10 Note has a few secret weapons, Snapdragon 710 SoC, 4050mAh battery and a sensibly able triple camera arrangement, it likewise enters a market fragment where the challenge from any semblance of Xiaomi, Realme, Samsung, Oppo, and Vivo is savage. 

It merits considering in the event that you need an HDR10 upheld gadget for diversion purposes or a lightweight gadget with close to stock android experience, however something else, the challenge is absolutely better.


Excellence: 4/10
Value: 8/10
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