At CES 2012, Chinese multinational electronics company Lenovo unveiled its first Android 4.0 powered Intel Medfield phone Lenovo K800. This year, at CES 2013, Lenovo has unveiled the very first K900 phone, powered by forthcoming Intel Atom processor platform for smartphones.
The K900 phone weighs 162 gram (5.7 ounce) and its thickness is 6.9 mm. The phone features a 5.5-inch IPS display with 1080p resolution at 400+ ppi, Gorilla Glass 2 protection, Intel’s latest 32nm dual-core Z2580 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, 13MP rear camera with Sony Exmore BSI sensor and f1.8 focal length lens with dual flash, and 2-megapixel front-facing imager with an 88-degree super-wide viewing angle.
The phone body is made from a composite of stainless steel alloy and polycarbonate in a unibody mold. The back of the phone is very smooth. Like many Lenovo phones, there will be three capacitive touch buttons below the screen of this phone. Here’s a video of the device.
The K900 will be available from April in China, and in select regional markets soon thereafter. There is currently no information on pricing, and specifications like the battery life or which flavor of Android the phone will be running. But the executives of Lenovo have said that more information of K900 will be revealed at upcoming Mobile World Congress.
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