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Lenovo K6 Power smartphone launched in India

tech Updated: Nov 29, 2016 19:26 IST
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Sudhin Mathur, Executive Director, Lenovo Mobile Business Group and Ajay Yadav, Vice President, Mobiles, Flipkart at the launch of Lenovo K6 Power in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Sudhin Mathur, Executive Director, Lenovo Mobile Business Group and Ajay Yadav, Vice President, Mobiles, Flipkart at the launch of Lenovo K6 Power in New Delhi on Tuesday. (PTI)

Extending its popular K series, Chinese technology company Lenovo on Tuesday launched K6 Power smartphone in India exclusively with etailer Flipkart.

Priced at Rs 9,999, the smartphone can be bought through an open sale starting December 6.

“K series has been very successful for us so far. We have delivered some great K series devices. K6 Power is the complete all-rounder. People are looking at great battery, great camera, strong processor, great display with TheatreMax technology. Like other K series devices, we are hopeful that K6 Power will be a tremendous success in India,” Sudhin Mathur, Executive Director,Lenovo MBG, told IANS here.

The full-metal body design smartphone features 5-inch full-HD display, Dolby Atmos sound, 1.4GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor, Adreno 505 graphics, finger-print sensor,3GB of RAM and runs on Lenovo Pure UI on top of Android Marshmallow operating system.

The smartphone sports 13MP rear camera with Sony IMX258 sensor, 8MP front camera with wide angle lens, has 32GB of internal storage expandable up to 128GB and houses 4,000mAh battery.

According to a recent report by International Data Corporation (IDC), Lenovo Group, which constitutes almost a fourth of total online smartphone shipments, continues to lead online channel followed by Xiaomi.

Samsung led the Indian smartphone market with 23 percentage share with 8 percent sequential growth followed by Lenovo Group (including Motorola) at second place with 9.6 percent share of smartphones in the third quarter of this year, IDC said.