Lenovo K4 Note vs LeEco Le 1S comparison; Who is the real Ultimate Champion?

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Lenovo K4 Note vs LeEco Le 1S comparison, price

This January made all Android Enthusiastic people excited as
they have got plenty of new option  to
choose their favourite handset that made possible because of Lenovo and LeEco
launch pretty good Smartphone in no time. But as you know with more option tend
to confusion more, so today we will try to shed some confusion between LeEco
Le1S and Lenovo K4 Note

While Lenovo has already has presence in Indian market form
way back whether it is offline or online. This thing is that LeEco (formerly
LeTv) is newest to Indian market and not many are aware of it. So it would be
challenging to see how LeEco performs in India. 

The Speciality & Differences in Lenovo K4 Note and LeEco
Le 1s 
  1.   Design – The Le 1S is its near
    all-metal exterior. The phone boasts of aircraft grade aluminium and a floating
    glass design that makes it instantly stand out among rival phones. The Lenovo
    K4 Note that has metal restricted to just the sides. The rest of it is all
    plastic.
  2.   Processor – Under the hood, LeEco’s
    smartphone is powered by the latest 2.2GHz MediaTek Helio X10 64-bit octa-core
    processor, while Lenovo’s smartphone is powered by an older MediaTek MT6753
    64-bit octa-core processor. Both processors are paired with 3GB of RAM. Well
    LeEco Le1s here has the lead in this as it comes with latest processor which
    can take anything that you throw to it. 
  3.   Storage – The big difference comes in
    the storage front. The Le 1s comes with 32GB of internal storage but lacks a
    microSD card slot. On the other hand, the K4 Note comes with 16GB of internal
    storage but has the advantage of a microSD card slot that can be used to expand
    the internal memory up to 128GB. Its upto you how you see it Le 1s specialty
    with 32GB memory or bady for not being supporting MicroSD card
  4.   Battery – The K4 Note has a slightly
    bigger 3,300mAh battery, but the Le 1s is not too behind with a 3,000mAh
    battery. Furthermore, the battery on the Le 1s also supports fast charging and
    the company claims that five minutes of charging is good enough for up to 3.5
    hours of usage on Super Saver mode.
Speciality of Lenovo K4 Note and LeEco Le 1s


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  1.    LeEco Le
    1s –
    The dualSIM Le 1S supports 1 micro and 1 nano SIM cards. 4G LTE is
    supported and the phone comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. There’s
    also USB Type-C port for charging and data syncing purposes which is a first
    for a phone at its price point.
  2.  
    Lenovo K4
    Note –
    The K4 Note supports NFC that is absent on LeEco’s smartphone. The
    K4 Note also features a pair of stereo speakers with Dolby ATMOS support.
Features
LeEco Le 1s
Lenovo K4 Note
Display
5.5-inch
1080p
5.5-inch
1080p
Processor
2.2GHz
MediaTek Helio X10 octa-core
MediaTek
MT6753 64-bit octa-core
RAM
3GB
3GB
Storage
32GB
16GB
(expandable)
Rear Camera
13-megapixel
13-megapixel
Front Camera
5-megapixel
5-megapixel
Battery
3,000mAh
3,300mAh
Connectivity
Dual-SIM, 4G,
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Type-C
Dual-SIM, 4G,
NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Misc
Fingerprint
scanner
Fingerprint
scanner, Stereo speakers with Dolby ATMOS
Android OS
5.1.1
Lollipop (EUI)
5.1 Lollipop
Price
Rs
10,999
Rs
11,999

Conclusion
The LeEco Le 1s and the Lenovo K4 Note are very much close
to each other does it make more difficult to choose from these two. The Le 1s
has the advantage of a lower price tag, more internal storage, fast charging
battery, 4k video recording capabilities and an USB Type-C port, while the K4
Note has the advantage of a microSD card slot, slightly bigger batter and NFC
support. Mainly its all depends upon the user point does it feels 32GB memory
without MicroSD a speciality or a bit lacking of feature.


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