It took Lenovo four months to prepare its K900 phone for release. Announced at Consumer Electronics Show back in January, the phone was previously believed to go on sale on April 17th. As you probably noticed by now, that date wasn’t correct. Today, however, we bring you solid information about the launch date and it comes from the most reliable source possible, Lenovo itself. The company updated its K900 website and the new banner points to May 6th as the day when the smartphone will hit the stores.
Lenovo K900 Android Jelly Bean Smartphone
Lenovo did not reveal yet how much the K900 will cost. A while back it was speculated that the phone may be priced at $500, but since the claim was made by the same source that suggested April release, we would not take it too seriously. On the downside, the Lenovo K900 will not reach the US shore officially. The phone will be available only in China and several other Asian countries.
The Lenovo K900 is unique in several aspects. It is the first handset with a 1080p Full HD display powered by Intel. It is also the first smartphone ever to ship with Intel’s new dual-core 2 GHz Atom Z2580 Clover Trail+ chip. The phone sports a 5.5-inch screen with a pixel density of over 440 ppi and is equipped with a 13-megapixel camera with the Sony Exmore RS lens. It also offers 2 GB of RAM and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
source: Lenovo Mobile