The Lenovo Vibe K models smartphone comes with many hopeful specs and features. The Lenovo Vibe K Model runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system topped with Vibe UI and it features a 13 MP main snapper with LED flash and a 5 MP front-facer. Other goodies on board include 4G LTE, Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, dual-SIM support and a 2,750 mAh battery.
Now, we have come up with a slew of tips and tricks that you can carry out on the Lenovo Vibe K to enhance your user experience.
- You can enable or disable the VR split screen mode from the display settings. To do the same, you need to long press the power button, you can see normal 2D content in a VR headset.
- In Battery Settings, Enable the battery saver by turning on the toggle at the top right corner. If we are selecting this option, that can be done automatically.
- We can use shut down automatically on your device by manual setting.
- Go to --> Settings after clicking the enable option Schedule Power on & Off button.
- Go to Setting Click Accessibility option, useful features such as color inversion, Power button to end calls, correction and high contrast text that is experimental and these will definitely give a better experience of using the Lenovo phone.
- In Magnification Action, we can do for zoom option in any image by triple tapping on the screen, we do the single finger to swipe between the pages, and two fingers to navigate on the same page. This same activation works it from Settings → Accessibility.
- To take a screen shot easily, there is a shortcut provided in the quick toggles. You can do the long press in the power/lock button and the volume down button concurrently. The screenshots will be displayed in the Gallery.
- Under the Display Settings, you can adjust the font size from small to big. This way, your readability issues will be resolved.
- You can cast the contents on the Lenovo Vibe K onto a bigger screen such as a TV from the display settings by enabling the option Cast Screen.
- From the Settings → Notification Center → App Notifications, you can lock the notifications for specific apps. You can also prioritize the app notifications to make them display the other notifications.
- From Settings move on to Background app management and select any app that you do not need to run in the background consuming your data and battery life.
- By default, many applications can access your call log, gallery, messages, etc. You head on to this setting and enable or disable the permissions as per your requirement.