It seems that 2013 will be dominated by the big screen smartphones, so don’t be surprised hearing that the guys at Lenovo announced a 5+ inch smartphone at CES 2013. Lenovo K900 boasts a 5-inch display, so with a screen that big it’s rather a phablet than a smartphone.
Lenovo K900 is the successor of K800, world’s first Android-powered smartphone with an Intel Atom processor.
The new-comer brings a full HD 5.5-inch display, with Gorilla Glass 2 protection and a pixel density of 400 ppi. The terminal is underpinned by an Intel Clover Trail+ processor and packs 2 GB of RAM.
Lenovo K900 is only 6.9 mm, while its elegant case uses premium materials like stainless steel and policarbonate. The result is an unibody smartphone that suggests toughness and resistance.
On the back of the Lenovo K900 there’s a 13 megapixel camera with F1.8 lens which is supposed to take high-quality photos even in low light conditions.
Here comes the sad news: the new Lenovo smartphone will initially be available on the Chinese market, then it will be made available on other markets, too. It would be interesting to see how Lenovo K900 would have compete against the likes of Galaxy Note 2 on the international market.