Jul 26, 2017 01:01 PM EDT
Lenovo has been teasing an upcoming Note series smartphone on social media and is suggesting at the features of the upcoming smartphone that is said to be the K7 Note. Now, the company has revealed a video teaser, which is hinting at the launch of the Lenovo K7 Note.
However, nothing is certain as of now; Lenovo claims that its upcoming smartphone will see an increase in performance. Lenovo has sent a hidden message that the upcoming phone would be K7 Note, with the #KillerNote on the official Facebook channel.
The 18-second video, which is posted on Lenovo India's official Facebook handle, reveals three smartphones' performance. Brand A and B smartphones will have 'ordinary' performance, while the third smartphone, presumably the K7 Note, has a faster and flawless performance, as reported by BGR.
Unfortunately, Lenovo did not reveal any other hints as to what the upcoming K7 Note could be. However, the caption accompanying the video on Facebook reads "Ordinary performance will be a thing of the past. The new #KillerNote is set to blow you away! Uncaging soon."
Lenovo K7 Note is expected to feature a big battery that its predecessor. The upcoming phone is also expected to come with a 5.5-inch Full HD display and a Snapdragon 660 processor. The device will be having 4GB RAM and 32GB onboard memory, which is expandable via a microSD card slot. Lenovo K7 Note is likely to run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, as reported by Indian Express.
There are also some chances for the company to go with MediaTek processor again since there are a lot of latest Moto devices powered by MediaTek SoCs can be seen. Lenovo says that the new K7 Note will arrive soon and considering the intensity of the teasers, it could be launched sometime in August.
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