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Lenovo K900 Smartphone to Launch in China on May 6

The Lenovo K900 debuted at CES 2013 (see our hands-on here). Aside from offering a 5.5” display and impressively slim 6.9 mm stainless steel and polycarbonate body, it was the first smartphone we’ve seen that is powered by Intel’s new Atom “Clover Trail+” processor.

The device features an Intel Atom processor clocked at 2.0 GHz, a 5.5” full HD IPS display with 88° viewing angles, 2 GB of memory, 16 GB of internal storage, a microSD slot, and a 13-megapixel camera.

According to NextPowerUp, the Lenovo K900 will be initially released in China for around 480 on May 6, 2013 and will run Android Jelly Bean version 4.2.2.

  • 5.5" screen, isn't that kind of big for most hands?
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  • ipwn3r456
    10722741 said:
    5.5" screen, isn't that kind of big for most hands?

    I think you can call that a "phablet" like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
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  • ojas
    It's without contract, in case people were wondering.
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  • 480 Yuan is about £50 :O Do they mean 4800?
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  • RedundantInk
    10725614 said:
    480 Yuan is about £50 :O Do they mean 4800?

    It's $480, somehow the dollar sign seems to have vanished during the copy edit. Oops :P
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