This week, CES 2013 provided us with the pleasure of seeing many promising mobile devices. Today want to add one more to the list, and it is the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900. The handset fits well in the high-end category thanks to its specs, slim profile, and an interesting metallic scales design. With its 5.5-inch IPS LCD display with 1920 x 1080 at 400 ppi, the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 is actually a phablet. The device is powered by Intel’s new 32nm dual-core Z2580 processor clocked at 2 GHz, which makes the K900 the first Intel-powered full HD 1080p smartphone.
The rest of the features are impressive too, as they include 2 GB of RAM on board, 16 GB of built-in memory expandable via microSD card slot, and a 13 megapixel rear camera with Exmor RS backside illuminated sensor, f/1.8 lens, and dual flash. We have a reason to believe that it is the same unit that is used in the Xperia Z. The K900 presented at CES runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but it appears that the handset will be launched with 4.2 version. The phone will ship with Lenovo user interface on stock Android, but users will be able to turn the custom skin off.
The K900 will be available in April in China and “other select markets”. The price has not been revealed yet, but our guess is it will be rather high.
source: The Verge