The Lenovo K3 Note is a great handset for the entry-level segment albeit with a few rough edges.
Featuring a number of key improvements in the hardware department when compared to the A7000, the new K3 Note can basically be called a beefed up version of the A7000. The Full HD display, 16GB storage, and the microSD card slot are what make the K3 Note a strong contender at its price point. The only real competition to the K3 Note, however, comes from the Meizu M1 Note which had a price cut recently. However, while the M1 Note flaunts a brighter display and gives faster performance, it does not have a memory card slot. The YU Yureka Plus competes neck to neck with the K3 Note, but falls short in terms of battery life and standby time. Moreover, the software update cycle of the Cyanogen 12 OS is almost as slow as that of Lenovo.
Overall, the Lenovo K3 Note performs well as a daily driver and comes with a good camera for those wishing for quality images. If Lenovo releases an update soon to iron out gaming and a few imaging related issues, then the K3 Note can certainly be called the best device to buy at Rs 10,000.