Last year, Lenovo was among the first companies to introduce an Intel-powered Android handset – the IdeaPhone K800. This year, the Chinese company is doing it again with the Lenovo K900.
The K900 is truly a high-end device, coming to take on the likes of HTC Butterfly / Droid DNA, Oppo Find 5, Huawei Ascend D2, and other smartphones that haven’t been announced yet (like Samsung’s Galaxy S4, or LG’s Optimus G2).
The new Lenovo handset packs a 5.5 inch display with 1920 x 1080 pixels, and Intel’s next-generation Z2580 Cover Trail+ mobile processor (dual-core, 2GHz) – thus being the first Intel-powered 1080p smartphone. As you’d expect, the rest of its features are not disappointing, including: 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, and a 13MP rear camera with Sony Exmor sensor (possibly the same unit found in the Xperia Z). It’s not clear what version of Android the device is running.
The case of the K900 is only 6.9mm thin, being made from stainless steel alloy and polycarbonate.
You can see the K900 in the short promo video embedded below:
Lenovo says the K900 will be available starting April, not just in China, but also in other “select markets.” The price of the handset hasn’t been announced, but it’s certainly not going to be a low one. We’ll let you know more about this when new details arrive.
Via Press release
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