As many and many more 4G smartphones wave the 4G segment of the smartphone market, big brands like Lenovo has to cope with new challenges. One of the main challenges is price of the device. So Lenovo confirmed that its new Note8 phablet will go on the market with price of $130 for 1GB RAM version (+ 8GB of ROM) which supports 4G TD-LTE networks up to $146 for 2GB of RAM model that supports same 4G network specifications, up to $163 for model with 2GB of RAM + 8GB ROM with support for 4G TD-LTE/FDD-LTE/WCMDA/GSM networks.
When you move from 4G network differentiation, you get the same device that we mentioned two days ago. So to sum up Lenovo Golden Gladiator or Note8 comes with 6″ IPS HD screen, 64-bit SoC with 1.7GHz in raw speed, Mali-T760 GPU. It uses Sony 13-megapixel back camera, it has 3300mAh battery for way more convenient use.
Addition to these basic specifications, Note8 supports mainstream positioning navigation system, dual WiFi and memory card expansion, running on Android 4.4 custom VIBE UI 2.0. Lenovo Note8 is out on the market on 9th December.