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May 18, 2013

Lenovo K900 Arrives in China, International Version This Summer




Lenovo has finally launched its flagship Android smartphone, the K900, in China. The device was officially introduced earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 and was slated for a Q2 release in China.

According to the Chinese handset maker, the K900 is available for purchase in the Mainland for 3,300 yuan outright, which is about $535 or €415. The good news is Lenovo also confirmed the K900 will hit additional international markets throughout the summer, so Android enthusiasts should stay tuned for more updates on this one. “Smartphones are a critical component of Lenovo's PC+ strategy and the Lenovo K900 is an example of this strategy in action. With its cutting-edge design and intuitive, optimized user experience, K900 offers China's smartphone users a fresh, new option,” said Liu Jun, senior vice president, and president of the Lenovo Business Group. One of the slimmest smartphones available on the market, Lenovo K900 is only 6.9mm thick and features a unibody chassis with a stainless steel frame. Lenovo K900 is the world's first smartphone to come equipped with an Intel Atom Z2580 processor. It also sports a dual-core chip, which runs up to 2.0 GHz and utilizes Intel Hyper-Threading technology in order to boost performance efficiency.

Intel's chipset also accommodates an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator engine running a PowerVR SGX 544MP2 GPU, which is said to triple graphics performance over the previous generation, and 2GB of RAM. The smartphone boasts a stunning 5.5-inch full HD (1080p) capacitive touchscreen display, as well an impressive 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with Sony Exmor BSI. “Intel and Lenovo have raised the bar for smartphones with the K900. Our teams got together and worked closely to innovate around a number of important features and capabilities that our customers care most about such as power consumption, application switching and camera functionality. We are proud to be teaming with Lenovo to bring these innovations to market,” said Ian Yang, president, Intel China.

Lenovo K900
Image credits to Lenovo China

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