Despite its age, the Lenovo K5 Pro was a breath of fresh air due to its compact form factor, and being a mid-range device when it initially launched, it was a smartphone that had a lot of potential except that it didn’t make it here at the right time.
For this review, we’re going to focus the spotlight on its more affordable sibling, Lenovo K5 Play. On paper, this is a tamed down version of the Pro and is priced at only PhP3,990. I’m guessing the big question is, is this device even worth a look in 2020 when the mid-range pricing is so close to that of entry-level devices?
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