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Wednesday, 09 January 2013 19:04

Lenovo's K900 5.5-inch smartphone shows up at CES 2013

Written by Slobodan Simic

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CES 2013: Running on Intel Clover Trail+


Since Intel's first Medfield smartphone was Lenovo's K800, it is no surpirse to see that Lenovo is the company behind the first Clover Trail+ based smartphone.

Although Lenovo did not officially state that we are looking at a Clover Trail+ smartphone, but rather says it is the forthcoming Intel Atom processor platform for smartphones, all specs behind it point to the new Intel Atom Z2580 clocked at 2GHz. During its keynote at CES 2013, Intel officially announced and talked about the new Clover Trail+ platform.

The Lenovo K900 is built around a 5.5-inch IPS display with 1920x1080 resolution placed behind the Corning Gorilla Glass 2. In case you are wondering this adds up to 400ppi. The rest of the specs include 13-megapixel camera with Sony sensor. The new smartphone has a 6.9mm thick stainless steel and polycarbonate body and weighs 162g. The new Lenovo K900 smartphone runs on Android OS, although we are not sure which version of it.

The entire package sounds pretty good but unfortunately the Lenovo K900 is aimed at Chinese market and should hit retail/e-tail shelves there in April. Of course, this does not mean that some other company will make a pass on that Intel Inside logo, but that will probably have to wait for the Mobile World Congress in February.

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