While the goal of practically any manufacturer was to put the dreamy Snapdragon S4 Pro processor into their smartphones, or even their own chipset (read: Samsung, Huawei), Lenovo is trying with something different. Enter the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900, the first phablet with the next-generation Intel Atom processor!
Lenovo has announced the K900 half a day before at CES. It’s a proper flagship by any means, whether it will be specs or design. The design is particularly impressive, something we haven’t seen in a while. It has a stainless steel-built unibody that will please anybody out there, as we haven’t seen a metal smartphone for quite some time. At only 6,9mm thickness, there’s no room for complains either. The smartphone tips at 169g weight, which is acceptable for a phablet by today’s standards. The camera blends seamlessly into the back of the K900, which adds to the design and feel of the device.