Lenovo Mobile is on the roll right now releasing and announcing budget and capable handsets here and there. And speaking of announcements, the company has just revealed its latest flagship Android model at the 2013 International CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Lenovo K900 is the company’s first Android phone powered by an Intel Processor. Unlike most phones in Lenovo’s line up, the K900 is powered by Intel Atom Z2580 chipset with a dual-core CPU clocked at 1.8 GHz. It has 2GB of internal memory and a PowerVR SGX544 GPU.
It is also quite thin with a side profile measuring a mere 6.9mm. The phone will sport a 5.5-inch IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1080x1920 pixels with a pixel density of 401 pixels per inch which will be protected by a Gorilla Glass 2 panel from Corning.
In terms of imaging, the K900 is reported to have a 13MP autofocus camera with dual-LED flash capable of capturing video at 1080p at 30 frames per second. The camera will also have geo-tagging, touch focus and face detection features as standard.
Connectivity wise, the K900 will feature the usual bells and whistles of most Android super phones including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, and a micro-USB port. It will also have an accelerometer, a proximity sensor and a compass as standard.
Pricing and availability is of course not yet disclosed but expect the phone to be available sometime in April.