The Lenovo K900 may be a beast, and using the latest and highest-performing mobile Intel processor to date, but the Chinese company is also working on other, more affordable devices.
Take, for example, the never-before-heard-of Lenovo S920. This has been the star in a couple of leaked pictures which you can see below. It will apparently come with a 5.3-inch touchscreen, narrow bezels, a quad-core MediaTek MT6589 processor, dual-SIM support, as well as a 2,250 mAh battery. It will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean when it launches. Speaking of which, we assume that, like all of Lenovo’s recent offerings, the S920 will be China-only. At least at first.
Lenovo’s also prepping an S820 (photographed below). This will be primarily aimed at women, it seems, and it looks like something that could easily have come out of HTC’s design lab last year. Nothing is known about this handset yet, except that it too will sport a a quad-core MediaTek MT6589 processor.
Both the S920 and the S820 should cater to a midrange-ish audience, so we expect neither to come with a Full HD 1080p touchscreen (those are still quite expensive). In the case of the Lenovo S920, the display’s resolution will probably be 720p at most.
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