Intel-powered Lenovo K900 smartphone goes global this summer at about $535



When it got announced at CES 2013 in Las Vegas at the beginning of the year, the Intel-powered Lenovo K900 smartphone turned a lot of heads because it was tagged as the worlds first device powered by Intel’s dual-core Atom Clover Trail  (Z2580) processor clocked at 2GHz accompanied by a PowerVR SGX 544MP2 GPU.

 Furthermore, Lenovo K900 comes with a 5.5 inch Full HD (400 ppi) display protected by a coating of Gorilla Glass 2, 13MP rear-facing camera, a 2,500 mAh battery capacity, 16GB built-in storage (microSD slot up to 32GB), and all of the above encapsulated in a unibody made out of polycarbonate combined with an ultra-thin (6.9 mm thick) metal frame.

Lenovo K900 weighs a little over 160 grams and it is now available in China for 3,299 (about $535 USD). This device is going global over the summer, because the Chinese OEM has plans to ship it internationally. Right now we do not have information on which markets K900 will be available, but we are pretty sure the U.S. and Europe are two important markets that Lenovo wont avoid.

Below you’ll find the whole press release with more details on the Lenovo K900 flagship smartphone.