Lenovo K900: “loaded”, really thin, with Intel Inside


Lenovo announced the most “loaded” smartphone at CES. It’s the K900, with a face made completely of Gorilla Glass, while the back cover is manufactured of aluminium, with a nice brushed finish.

Thanks to its 5.5-inch screen (1920x1080 pixels) it may be sizeable, but it’s quite thin and additionally not heavy at all, as it only weighs 126 grams.

If you are wondering about the hardware, it integrates a new-generation Intel Atom Z2580 (Clover Trail+) with two cores clocked at 1.2 GHz, which thanks to HyperThreading technology, can manage four threads at once (like featuring four logic processor units).

Its RAM is 2 GB in size. On the back side it features a 13 MP camera with a Sony Exmor BSI (back-side illumination) sensor, while its operating system is Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

The company announced that it will be released in China first, and a little later in the US. There has been no word on its release in Europe, or its cost.


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