LEN­OVO K900

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Len­ovo’s K900 may be big, but it re­mains ul­tra-sleek thanks to a non-mag­netic stain­less steel-and-poly­car­bon­ate uni­body chas­sis, which gives it a pre­mium look and feel, and keeps it slim at just 6.9mm thick. It’s also light­weight at just 162g. The K900’s all-metal back also helps to keep the de­vice cool, even af­ter hours of use. How­ever, its chas­sis’ sharp cor­ners do get a lit­tle un­com­fort­able in the hand.

The K900’s 5.5-inch Full HD IPS dis­play is re­in­forced with Corning’s sec­ond-gen­er­a­tion Gorilla Glass, which helps pro­tect from ev­ery­day bumps and knocks. To match the dis­play’s large size, Len­ovo went with ex­tra-large icons in its cus­tom Le Phone in­ter­face, which comes pre-in­stalled on the phone. Le Phone also in­cludes a few other tweaks, in­clud­ing a cus­tom un­lock screen and ex­tra short­cut but­tons that pro­vide easy ac­cess to your most-used ap­pli­ca­tions and set­tings. Al­ter­na­tively, if you pre­fer a stock An­droid 4.2.2 Jelly Bean ex­pe­ri­ence, you can dis­able Le Phone en­tirely

“THE K900’S 5.5-INCH FULL HD IPS DIS­PLAY IS RE­IN­FORCED WITH CORNING’S

SEC­OND­GEN­ER­A­TION GORILLA GLASS.”

(Sam­sung and ev­ery­one else should re­ally be tak­ing notes here).

Un­der the hood, the K900 is the first phone to be pow­eredd by In­tel’s new­est Atom Z2580 pro­ces­sor; it also comes with 2GB of RAM, and a dual-core Pow­erVR SGX544 graph­ics en­gine.

Len­ovo’s put quite a bit of

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