Lenovo has big plans for its upcoming K4 Note phablet and has now officially posted a teaser on its Twitter account, confirming that the successor will come with a fingerprint sensor as well as near field communication (NFC) integration. Set to launch in India on January 5, 2016. Going to clarify the details on what actually the K3 Note successor is bringing with it, right below after this fold.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has taken the drive way through microblogging channel to reveal what the Lenovo K4 Note hardware will offer support for. A refresh, NFC such as Bluetooth allows users to transfer data between two devices, or connect both devices through pairing. Well, unlike Bluetooth connection, NFC doesn’t require pairing though, the equipped smartphones also serve as a smart card, allowing users to make transactions such as payments or ticketing.
— Lenovo India (@Lenovo_in) December 26, 2015
In addition to NFC connectivity on K4 Note, the handset will also feature a 3GB of RAM, a fingerprint sensor, and brings all metal body to the table, where the K3 Note sports a plastic body, and offers 2 gigs of RAM memory and lacks a fingerprint scanner.
— Lenovo India (@Lenovo_in) December 23, 2015
Lenovo has already sent out media invites for the K4 Note launch event, which is scheduled to be held in India’s capital city of New Delhi and the company wouldn’t want to leave any stone unturned for the successor.