GPU or RAM is most important for mobile gaming and general performance.


Jan 18, 2016
Lenovo Vibe S1 Lite(upcoming phone spec)Processor: Mediatek MT6753, GPU: Mali-T760MP2,

RAM: 2GB, Display: 5inches(~66.9% screen-to-body ratio) 1080 x 1920 pixels (~441 ppi pixel density).GPU Mali-T760MP2, CPU Mediatek MT6753,

This one has perfect screen size for me, 8MP front cam with flash..

Lenovo K4 Note

5.5 inches (~71.0% screen-to-body ratio, 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density) Mali-T720MP3). 3GB RAM. Mediatek MT6753,

There are other difference between these two phones. But the listed spects are concern for me.

S1 has superior display, graphics card and screen size that is perfect.

K4 has extra 2GB RAM and some other extra features. But not required for me.

Will this 1GB extra RAM make K4 a better for general and gaming use? Although S1 has superior GPU. For instance in computer, having large amount of RAM but inferior GPU has no significant performance improvement. While having adequate RAM and better GPU yield better performance. I am quite novice with smartphone, never owned one so far in this age and time.


Mar 4, 2011
In the long run you will be happier with more ram, you will get used to the size. As both the GPUs are similar.

A friendly advice go for Xiaomi Mi4, or Samsung Galaxy S4, both have better processors and GPU and are also priced similar to the phones you have selected.
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