Lenovo Redefines Slimness with K900
New smartphone powered by Intel Atom
Want a smartphone that is powered by an Intel SoC? You don’t have to look any further than Lenovo. The company has a new smartphone, the K900 which has brought a whole new meaning to the word “slim”.
First announced at CES 2013, the Lenovo K900 is the world’s first 5.5inch Full HD smartphone. Lenovo also opted for an IPS display reinforced with Gorilla Glass 2 on the K900. The Lenovo K900 is also the first phone to be powered by Intel’s new Atom platform, the Clover Trail+ which is tipped to be the successor to the Medfield processor used on the Lenovo K800. The device is powered by a 32nm dual-core Z2580 CPU with Hyper-Threading technology and Dual-Core Graphics Engine, contrary to the popular use of Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs and Adreno GPUs in smartphones from other brands.
Touted as the thinnest phone in its class, the K900 is encased in a low-magnetic stainless steel and polycarbonate unibody chassis which measures just 6.9mm and weighs only 162g. The K900 sports a 13-megapixel rear camera along with a 2MP front facing camera which is capable of HD recording and snapshots, which allows for conference calls on the go. Its imaging performance in low light conditions should be excellent considering that it also has an Exmor BSI camera sensor. The K900 is set to take on its competitors that currently have a headstart, but with specs like these, Lenovo is bound to become a major player soon enough.
The Lenovo K900 smartphone is slim and stylish