Lenovo has been making a lot of noise adding another member in the family, focusing on budget phones itself. The market is really intense right now, flooding us with devices from all the brands. One such late entrant which touched the Indian market is the Lenovo Vibe K5 Note unveiled in China way back in January. Nevertheless, it’s finally here with an edge over the Chinese versions of 2/3GB RAM with 16GB inbuilt. Implying, India has an upper hand with 3/4GB RAM variants.The Lenovo Vibe K5 Note sports a 5.5-inch full-HD IPS displaySimilarly, like the Vibe K5 Plus, it comes with a metal unibody designIt is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core MT Helio P10 SoC coupled with 3GB/4GB of RAMGraphics are handled by Mali- T860 GPUInternal is packed with 16GB with OTG support, further expandable up to 128GB via micro SD cardOptics will feature a 13MP on the rear with PDAF and a dual LED flash as well as an 8MP on the frontThe device will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, skinned on Pure UI atop – said to be closer to stock AndroidAudio is integrated with Dolby Atmos speakers and in addition to that, it is configured with a three mic system with Wolfson Audio technologyBattery is backed up with 3500 mAh of juiceFingerprint scanner lies at the back, placed below the camera moduleThe headlines grabber is a few accessories like TheaterMax Controller, Ant VR headset and Gamepad Pro 2 What a game changer? Isn’t it? That’s what I thought and it is right there to be competitive with the other brands under the 15k category. Although, the accessories will cost your pockets but not dent it. Amazingly, the K5 Note in India will carry a price tag of Rs. 11,999 for the 3GB RAM and Rs. 13,499 for 4GB RAM. Worried about the accessories? Guess what, the VR Bundle (TheaterMax Controller and Ant VR headset) cost Rs. 999, a Gaming Bundle (Amkette Gamepad Pro 2 + Ant VR headset) at Rs. 1,999. Will it smack down the other devices? For that, you would need to wait for our complete review.