Even though both Le 1S and Lenovo K4 Note boast 5.5-inch FHD IPS Gorilla glass display, Le 1S has slightly increased pixel density at 403PPI compared to 401PPI in K4 Note. Lenovo has revealed that the screen boasts a contrast ratio of 1000:1 but Le 1S hasn’t yet disclosed this parameter.
The main attraction of Lenovo K4 Note, available exclusively on Amazon in White and Black color variants, is that it can be paired with a VR headset available separately.
While Le 1S features Helio X10 Turbo processor and 32GB internal storage without expansion capability, Lenovo K4 Note is equipped with Mediatek 6753 processor and 16GB storage, which is expandable up to 128GB.
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Although speaker grills appear on the bottom portion of Le 1S, it doesn’t have any branding. However, Lenovo Vibe K4 Note is the first smartphone to bear TheaterMax technology and Dolby Atmos surround sound over dual front-facing speakers.
The fingerprint reader bundled with Lenovo Vibe K4 Note provides the capability to capture a photo, open recent apps using gestures with the fact that it also serves as a back button. Le 1S also offers a fingerprint reader, which you can use either to unlock the phone or capture photos.
Talking about battery, Le 1S comes with a 3000mAh Li-ion polymer battery, which is less than the 3300mAH lithium-ion battery offered by Lenovo K4 Note.
The core point to note is the technology behind the battery and Polymer battery is expected to perform well than a normal lithium-ion battery. Both smartphones provide support for fast charging technology which is a bonus.
Featured with 3GB RAM in both Le 1S and Lenovo K4 Note, the devices features 13MP primary camera with dual LED flash paired with 5MP front-facing shooter.
Finally, Le 1S is priced lower than Lenovo K4 Note but the difference of Rs. 1000 doesn’t hurt a lot especially taking into account the improved sounding system in K4 Note.