Lenovo aren’t only showing off laptops and giant tabletop tablets at CES 2013. They’ve also got a handful of mobiles on display too. Their new flagship is the Lenovo K900, a super-slim smartphone powered by Intel’s latest mobile processors.
Measuring just 6.9mm thin with a camera that sits flush in the chassis, the 5.5-inch Android device with iPS display runs off of Intel’s new Z2580 dual-core processor, offering enough grunt to push the display’s full 1080p resolution.
Sitting within the unibody casing (a mixture of stainless steel alloy and polycarbonate materials) is a 13MP camera with a F1.8 focal length lens, which should allow for superb low-light photos. The front-facing camera is equally impressive, offering an 88-degree wide angle view for detailed video calling.
Keeping the lush display protected is a sheet of Corning Gorilla Glass 2, though the handset just misses out on getting the latest Gorilla Glass 3 upgrade.
No UK pricing or release date set yet for the Lenovo K900, but a Chinese launch is pencilled in for free months time.
By Gerald Lynch | January 9th, 2013