Lenovo is showcasing its Intel-powered, 5.5-inch
smartphone at CES, the K900.
The K900 sports a 5.5-inch IPS screen, one of the best
camera arrays available in class and a slim 6.9mm profile,
all running on an Intel Atom Z2580 Atom processor.
At 6.9mm, the K900 is the thinnest phone in its class and
weighs in at a mere 162g (5.7 ounces). Made from a
composite of stainless steel alloy and polycarbonate in a
Unibody mold, the K900 manages to stay strong and look
sharp while maintaining its slim profile.
The rear camera array is optimized for size with a new
sensor and layout that does not protrude from the case.
The design team tweaked the PCB and battery layout to
reduce the space used by internal components. The K900's
13MP camera also features a Sony Exmor BSI sensor and an
F1.8 focal length lens. The front camera has also been
widened to an 88 degrees viewing angle.
The K900 is one of the first smartphones in the world to
combine a 5.5-inch IPS display with 1080p full
high-definition resolution performance at 400+
pixels-per-inch, all under the latest, touch-capacitive
Gorilla Glass 2.
Centered on the forthcoming Intel Atom processor platform
for smartphones, the K900 is very responsive, especially
for key functions such as web-browsing and
application-loading. Although Intel has yet to release
complete specifications for the new 32nm dual-core chipset, Lenovo has
maximized the opportunity to be the first to market with
the new generation platform.
The K900 smartphone will be available from April in China
and in select regional markets soon thereafter.