We recently saw the LG G3 launching with a QHD display, making it one of the first handsets from a major manufacturer to come with a QHD display. And today it’s Lenovo’s turn to show what it has to offer. The Lenovo K920 comes with a 6 inch QHD display, which will give users the advantage of utilizing the large screen real estate, albeit with a slightly lower pixel density compared to the LG G3. The device has very slim bezels, which means that it’s not as big as conventional 6 inch phablets.
It has a metal enclosure as well, thus giving out that premium vibe which we come to expect from devices of this caliber. Other specs of the smartphone include a quad core 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 SoC, 3GB of RAM, a 16-megapixel camera on the back, 32GB of internal storage and Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
Considering that Lenovo has great global ambitions, we hope to see the K920 make its way to international markets as well. For the time being though, it will remain a China only offering. Pricing details haven’t been disclosed yet. So what are your thoughts on the Lenovo K920, will you be interested in an offering like this or go with the LG G3 instead?
Source: Engadget China
Via: Android and Me