Chinese handset-maker Lenovo is all set to launch its K4 Note, a successor of K3 Note, in India on January 5.
A teaser has already been released recently by Lenovo on the micro blogging site Twitter.
The teaser confirms that K4 Note will feature 3GB of RAM and fingerprint sensor along with a metal frame. As per rumours, the smartphone will have 5.5-inch display size and full-HD (1080×1920 pixel) screen resolution.
No other feature of this upcoming launch has been out yet.
The company has also begun sending out media invitations for its new launch.
For a recap, the K3 Note was a grand success for Lenovo which was launched six months ago in June 2015 at Rs 9,999. It supports 1,7GHz 64bit MediaTek octacore processor and MALIT760 GPU with Android 5.0 Lollipop version
The K3 Note phablet packs 2GB RAM along with 16GB inbuilt memory which can be extebded upto 32GB via microSD card. It sports 13 megapixel primary camera and 5 megapixel front shooter with dual LED flash.