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Intel powered Lenovo K900 smartphone might cost Rs 25k, launching by 10th May in India

Written on:April 29, 2013
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The release date for the Lenovo K900 seems to be around the corner for the Indian Market. The Chinese company has already took enough time for launching this 5.5 inch android phablet since its first official announcement at the CES 2013. But now according to the sources the Lenovo K900 which is powered by the 2 GHz Atom Clover Trail dual core processor coupled with 2 GB RAM is expected to be launched by 10th May for an attractive price tag of under Rs 25,000 range.

Last year the company released its first Intel powered smartphone named as LePhone K800 which received good reviews and benchmarks when compared with other high end smartphones. Lenovo K900 also comes with high end specs and has already surpassed in the benchmark scores with smartphones like Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 2. IdeaPhone K900 is expected to give a stiff competition to the other android phablets available in the market today.

On the specs side the stainless steel made K900 comes with a 5.5″ IPS touchscreen display of full HD resolution, 2 GHz Atom Clover Trail dual core processor with PowerVR SGX544 GPU, running on android v4.2 customized with Lenovo’s own UI, 2GB RAM, 16GB Internal storage expandable upto 32GB via micro SD card slot. The 6.9mm thick and sleek smartphone has a massive 13 MP rear camera and 2 MP font facing camera. It comes with connectivity options like Wi-Fi, 3G/4G, Bluetooth, USB, NFC, GPS and micro-USB support. There is a 2500mAh battery inside the beast.
Lenovo K900 is also expected to be released in its Homeland China on May 6th for an expected price tag of 2500-3000 Yuan ($480).

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