Lenovo K5 Note (2016) | Key Specification
About Lenovo K5 Note
Lenovo K5 Note is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor. It comes with 2GB of RAM. The Lenovo K5 Note runs Android 5.1 and is powered by a 3,500mAh non-removable battery. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Lenovo K5 Note on the rear packs 13-megapixel camera. It sports a 8-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.
Lenovo was originally named New Technology Developer Inc. and soon changed its name to Legend Holdings. The firm was founded in China in 1984 by Liu Chuanzi and ten colleagues. Its first product was an add-on device to provide computers with Chinese language capabilities. The Chinese Academy of Sciences provided $25,000 in funding to start the company as part of the Chinese government’s early experiments with privately managed firms. The company incorporated in Hong Kong in 1988 as Legend Hong Kong to help raise capital and gain experience in a more open market.
In 2013, Lenovo became the largest PC company and the third-largest smartphone company in the world. It ranked that year as number 329 on Fortune magazine’s list of the 500 largest companies. The company reached sales in 2013 of $39 billion and 54,000 employees. Jointly headquartered in Beijing, China and Morrisville, North Carolina, Lenovo has operations in more than 60 countries, sponsors 46 technology laboratories, owns more than 6,500 international patents. Legend began marketing its first branded computer, the Legend PC, in 1988 to its principle customer base in China. Sales grew quickly and by 1996, the company became the market share leader for personal desktop computer sales in China. That same year, Legend also introduced its first laptop computer. By 1998, it had produced its millionth computer and in 1999 became the largest PC vendor in the Asia-Pacific region. The company extended its product line in 2002 with its first supercomputer, the DeepComp, marketed as the fastest computer available in China for the civilian market. In 2003, Legend introduced the Lenovo brand and logo for its products, in preparation for the company’s expansion into markets beyond the Asia-Pacific region.