Lenovo is leaving no stone unturned for its upcoming K4 Note phablet. After giving us a good glimpse at what to expect in the K4 Note, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has teased one more feature of the handset ahead of the launch on Tuesday. The company says the Lenovo K4 Note will feature front-facing speakers.
In the latest teaser shared via social media, Lenovo has confirmed that the K4 Note smartphone will feature a dual-speaker setup, with a speaker on either side of the display. The stereo setup should substantially improve audio output, making it a better content consumption device. HTC employs BoomSound speakers on many of its high-end smartphones, Motorola has also used stereo speakers on some of its smartphones such as the Nexus 6.
The successor to the last year's sleeper hit, the K3 Note, the company is ensuring to pack enough punches for the K4 Note. From earlier teasers, the Lenovo K4 Note is confirmed to have 3GB of RAM, and an all metal body. The K4 Note will also house a fingerprint scanner and offer support for NFC. Last week Lenovo claimed that the K4 Note will sport a "killer display."
The Lenovo K3 Note was launched in July 2015 in India. At the time of the launch, the smartphone was the most affordable handset to offer a full-HD display (1080x1920 pixels). The company told Gadgets 360 last month that it has sold more than 1.2 million Lenovo K3 Note in India in less than six months since its launch in the country.