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Lenovo Lemon K3 Black Dual sim £47.73 @ Gearbest

£47.73 @ GearBest
The black one is currently heavily discounted so it's a pretty good deal considering that on this price point you can only buy Dogee, Landvo and other savage brands like that. Only 1 gig of RAM so def… Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
The black one is currently heavily discounted so it's a pretty good deal considering that on this price point you can only buy Dogee, Landvo and other savage brands like that.
Only 1 gig of RAM so definitely so kids or a second phone but again plenty of phone at that price.

Main features:
5 inch IPS 1280 x 720 LCD
Qualcomm Snapdragon 410
Android 4.4 Kitkat
1GB RAM + 16GB ROM
Back camera 8.0MP, front camera 2.0MP
Dual micro SIM cards, dual standby
Networking:
2G: GSM 900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 900/2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100MHz
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
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#1
Not reflecting on the deal, but it's not 16GB ROM, it's Storage Space.

Doesn't look like a bad little phone for the price.
1 Like #2
Hmmm, seems a bit overpriced for the low spec
4 Likes #3
lemon.
1 Like #4
Dealmessiah
Not reflecting on the deal, but it's not 16GB ROM, it's Storage Space.Doesn't look like a bad little phone for the price.

That's what it means.
2 Likes #5
Krooner
Dealmessiah
Not reflecting on the deal, but it's not 16GB ROM, it's Storage Space.Doesn't look like a bad little phone for the price.

That's what it means.


It really isn't. Even "memory" would be technically wrong but much more acceptable. But anyway, often thought about getting one of these when it was modernish. Now it's not very appealing at all, apart from the yellow (takes all sorts eh)
#6
colourpie
It really isn't. Even "memory" would be technically wrong but much more acceptable. But anyway, often thought about getting one of these when it was modernish. Now it's not very appealing at all, apart from the yellow (takes all sorts eh)

Alright, it's the accepted shorthand then.

I had the K3 note 2GB ram. Nice phone for the money, loved the yellow. Always got asked about it.
3 Likes #7
I got the Geotel Note 4G today from Gearbest for £59 using code HNOTE4G. It's Android 6, 3GB/16GB memory, HD TrueView display, dual SIM with separate card slot, Quad core CPU. Good reviews online and comes with case and screen protector. A good alternative to this.

https://elchapuzasinformatico.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Geotel-Note-1.jpg


Edited By: gx3k on Jun 12, 2017 12:12: spelling + pic
1 Like #8
I thought gearbest got slated on hotukdeals for mobile phones
#9
Who decided to name this 'lemon'?

That's asking for trouble....
#10
gx3k
I got the Geotel Note 4G today from Gearbest for £59 using code HNOTE4G. It's Android 6, 3GB/16GB memory, HD TrueView display, dual SIM with separate card slot, Quad core CPU. Good reviews online and Congress with case and screen protector. A good alternative to this.
How are you getting this for £59, its £71 on website and when I am applying coupon it comes as £87?
#11
Runs out of juice fairly quickly!
1 Like #12
Krooner
colourpie
It really isn't. Even "memory" would be technically wrong but much more acceptable. But anyway, often thought about getting one of these when it was modernish. Now it's not very appealing at all, apart from the yellow (takes all sorts eh)
Alright, it's the accepted shorthand then.
I had the K3 note 2GB ram. Nice phone for the money, loved the yellow. Always got asked about it.

It really isn't or shouldn't be. It's 'storage' or 'capacity' and is probably just as annoying to technically competent people as things like people saying 'pacifically' instead of 'specifically' to the rest of us.
3 Likes #13
plewis00
It really isn't or shouldn't be. It's 'storage' or 'capacity' and is probably just as annoying to technically competent people as things like people saying 'pacifically' instead of 'specifically' to the rest of us.


But whether you (or Dealmessiah, or colourpie) like it or not, that is the - somewhat out dated - convention that has stuck in some cases, to differentiate the built in storage from RAM.

Anyway, the OP has only copied the specs that Gearbest has used themselves anyway.
#14
I bought something from gearbest before, then a month later they tell me actually they don't have it and they'll refund the money as credit unless I tell them otherwise.

I wouldn't really want to bother using them again
1 Like #15
vjpower
How are you getting this for £59, its £71 on website and when I am applying coupon it comes as £87?

Did you choose the blue one? The code probably expired :(

https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/ezDfk/31166735.jpg
#16
Why are people arguing over the correct term for internal storage?

Honestly, hukd will bicker over the slightest thing and blow it out of proportion
#17
1gb ram and KitKat? how is this not cold?
3 Likes #18
Dealmessiah
Not reflecting on the deal, but it's not 16GB ROM, it's Storage Space.Doesn't look like a bad little phone for the price.


In the bad old days it used to be easy to differentiate between memory and storage. Basically memory was chips and storage a magnetic disk/tape of some sort spinning around with capacity and read/write speeds that a modern day user would weep at.

Now memory and storage can both be chips, as is the case of this phone. So the big differential is the volatility of both. I.e what happens when the power is disconnected? Thus memory loses it's contents and storage doesn't.
In any case the term ROM in the description is wrong as any storage that is Read Only would be as much use as a chocolate tea pot.
#19
jamgin
Dealmessiah
Not reflecting on the deal, but it's not 16GB ROM, it's Storage Space.
Doesn't look like a bad little phone for the price.

In the bad old days it used to be easy to differentiate between memory and storage. Basically memory was chips and storage a magnetic disk/tape of some sort spinning around with capacity and read/write speeds that a modern day user would weep at.

Now memory and storage can both be chips, as is the case of this phone. So the big differential is the volatility of both. I.e what happens when the power is disconnected? Thus memory loses it's contents and storage doesn't.
In any case the term ROM in the description is wrong as any storage that is Read Only would be as much use as a chocolate tea pot.


What's wrong with you guys? If you want a full spec sheet to go pdadb, that's just a quickie. Oh sorry, there's probably no such word but you get the point.
#20
most app devs will drop support for 4.4 soon....
2 Likes #21
PFC.Hudson
Why are people arguing over the correct term for internal storage?Honestly, hukd will bicker over the slightest thing and blow it out of proportion

Because we're bored and browsing HUKD to waste time and spend money on stuff we don't need. Isn't that why everyone's here?
3 Likes #22
plewis00
It really isn't or shouldn't be. It's 'storage' or 'capacity' and is probably just as annoying to technically competent people as things like people saying 'pacifically' instead of 'specifically' to the rest of us.


Maybe I should of brought one?
#23
aerodeck
1gb ram and KitKat? how is this not cold?

Price.
Although 1GB RAM is low-range nowadays, it's still usable and the processor isn't exactly stone-age.

As for the old OS, well you can't expect much support for a phone like this. It might even improve the performance.

It's about as good as it gets at that price, unless you go for a used phone, though I'm happy to be corrected.

Edited By: Khairul on Jun 11, 2017 20:11
#24
mcdexsta
I thought gearbest got slated on hotukdeals for mobile phones

Why an earth would they get slated with all the affiliate income they give out to sites like Hotukdeals?
1 Like #25
gx3k
Did you choose the blue one? The code probably expired :( [Image]

Code still working :D thanks for adding to the post.
#26
Just I quick question plz I order something from gearbeats over month ago but never rcv the item and don't know hoelw to open a case etc? Thanx
#27
gx3k
Did you choose the blue one? The code probably expired :( [Image]

Thanks.
Did it go through in £'s rather than being converted in $'s?
1 Like #28
gx3k
I got the Geotel Note 4G today from Gearbest for £59 using code HNOTE4G. It's Android 6, 3GB/16GB memory, HD TrueView display, dual SIM with separate card slot, Quad core CPU. Good reviews online and Congress with case and screen protector. A good alternative to this.


brilliant phone I agree for the cash. I got it for 60 quid a few weeks back. may get another for the missus
1 Like #29
backinstock
gx3k
Did you choose the blue one? The code probably expired :( [Image]
Thanks.
Did it go through in £'s rather than being converted in $'s?

I chose to display prices in £ on the website so everything is in £.
My Paypal account was charged in £.
#30
thegoose126
Runs out of juice fairly quickly!

Just like a lemon.
#31
Gearbest ......and Android 4.4 ????? oOoO

Edited By: lowercase on Jun 13, 2017 09:02
#32
supermann
Why an earth would they get slated with all the affiliate income they give out to sites like Hotukdeals?

Slated by the users of hotukdeals as they don't deliver the mobile phones or they turn up broken. My point is the company have a bad rep on here
#33
wow i want to buy this phone
#34
jamgin
Dealmessiah
Not reflecting on the deal, but it's not 16GB ROM, it's Storage Space.Doesn't look like a bad little phone for the price.
In the bad old days it used to be easy to differentiate between memory and storage. Basically memory was chips and storage a magnetic disk/tape of some sort spinning around with capacity and read/write speeds that a modern day user would weep at.
Now memory and storage can both be chips, as is the case of this phone. So the big differential is the volatility of both. I.e what happens when the power is disconnected? Thus memory loses it's contents and storage doesn't.
In any case the term ROM in the description is wrong as any storage that is Read Only would be as much use as a chocolate tea pot.
In the really old days, it was "core store" and "backing store" (according to the history books)

They're all "memory" chips. Non-volatile memory is used for secondary "storage"...

(I'll go back to my sandwich...)
#35
jamgin
In any case the term ROM in the description is wrong as any storage that is Read Only would be as much use as a chocolate tea pot.

Well in that sense the name EPROM is totally bonkers. EPROM = "Erasable programmable read-only memory"... now is it read-only? or erasable and rewritable? :D Used to be used on motherboards for the BIOS.

I wouldn't get hung up on these subtleties. We all know what was meant.

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