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Unboxing The Lenovo K900, First Intel Clover Trail + Phone

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The Lenovo K900 was officially unveiled in January during a Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event. It never failed to garner adulation from the audiences of the event due to its high-end features. One of its features is a big screen that measures up to 5.5 inches diagonally which could easily dwarf numerous smartphones and even some tablets like the Galaxy Note 2.

Notable Features

Here are the other things that Lenovo K900 has in store for customers:

1. Processor

The Lenovo K900 is the first smartphone to be powered by the Intel Clover Trail processor. It has a 2.0GHz dual-core hardware. It possesses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 chips too.

2. Operating System

The device will also be run with the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

3. Internal Memory

The smartphone gets a 16GB internal memory with 2GB RAM. If that’s not enough for you, it has 32GB external memory as well.

4. Camera

The camera will include the Sony Xmor Lens and it will have 13 megapixels to ensure a crisp capture of any significant event or any object of your interest. On the other hand, the second camera has 2 megapixels.

5. Screen

The touch screen of the product, measuring 5.5 inches diagonally, will have 1080p.

6. Casing

The Lenovo K900 is pretty handy because of its 5.71-ounce weight. It will be covered by the very-resilient Corning Gorilla Glass.

The Unboxing

Check out the unboxing of the device here:


This new smartphone is truly awesome. It is sad to say, however, that it is only set to go out in China and some other countries in the Far East on May 6th according to the China website of its manufacturer. There is no word yet about its U.S. release but speculations say that Lenovo is just waiting for the dust to settle from the recently launched products of its competitors in the area.

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Sources: Gadget Gestures, Android Central

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