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