Lenovo unveiled the IdeaPhone K900, the company’s latest smartphone powered by the 2 GHz dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 (Clover Trail+) processor with SGX544-MP2 dual-core graphics at CES 2013 last week. Here we have the hands-on video and images from the Lenovo’s booth at the CES. It has a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD IPS display with at 400+ PPI pixel density and Gorilla Glass 2 protection. The front-facing camera has a 88 degree viewing angle. Since the device was an early prototype, we couldn’t test out the software. It is expected to run on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) at the launch.
At the back there is a 13MP camera with Sony’s Exmor BSI sensor, F1.8 focal length lens and a dual LED Flash.
The phone is just 6.9 mm thick. The phone has a unibody design, with stainless steel alloy finish at the back and sides.
Other than the smooth steel finish, it also comes with different metallic back covers.
There is a Intel branding at the back along with loudspeakers.
There is a micro USB slot and a 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom. The Lenovo K900 is expected to go on sale in China in April, and would be available in select regional markets after that. Here is the entire gallery.
Srivatsan also contributed to this report, with inputs from Parth and Shilpa.