Review: Lenovo K900

At first look, you will love the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 for being classy and sturdy. The 5.5 inch screen is quiet a looker with 1080 x 1920 resolution brimming with 400ppi. The stainless steel form factor is tough and what packs inside the body is even tougher than we think. The core lies in the latest IntelAtomcloverTrail+ dual core processor clocked at 2Ghz coupled with 2GB of RAM. This will guarantee buttery smooth performance while multitasking on Android 4.2 OS.  


The photography department has some rich stuff to get you the most prefect shots. For that the phablet embodies 13MP F1.8 focal length lens equipped camera with Sony Exmor BSI sensor, which means the wide aperture is wider than any other models available right now. That also means you won’t be having any trouble in getting images even in low light conditions.

The stainless steel unibody is something that we need to talk about. The bezel is cut with sleek edges creating a sense that it was forged on an anvil.

Even after having such heavy tech inside its body, the K900 is only 6.9 mm thick and weighs 162g, which is not ordinary for such a big device in its class.

Lenovo has big business in China, and they have prioritized the launch for China first. The online and retail stores in China have K900 for sale now.

From the specs  you might have guessed that the device will be falling on a premium category, for China K900 is going for 3,299 Yuan which is about $536, definitely on the premium deck.

Those who are looking for the phone outside China will need to wait as Lenovo has announced the availability to the international markets to get on by the coming summer.

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