Lenovo releases Intel Clover Trail Smartphone, K900

10th January 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, January 09, 2013: Lenovo, the Chinese telecom company has launched its Clover Trail based K900 smartphone at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. K900, powered by Intel’s recently-announced Atom Z2580, named Clover Trail+ processor is said to clock at 2 GHz.

The smartphone is world’s first Clover Trail-running device, which is expected to hit markets in the next couple of months. So, what is Lenovo K900 all about? We find out. The smartphone comes with a Note 2-like 14-cm (5.5-inch) IPS display that has a resolution of 1080 pixels.

The smartphone runs Android 4.1.2 aka Jelly Bean OS and is powered by a powerful 2 GHz Atom Clover Trail processor and 2 GB RAM. Not only that, the K900 sports a 13 MP rear camera and expected 2 MP front facing shooter.

The smartphone has an internal storage capacity of 16 GB, as per the company. The K900 will surely feature Wi-Fi, 3G and even 4G, Bluetooth, USB, NFC, GPS and micro-USB. The battery unit on the K900 is not known and while company has stated that this smartphone will be available in China first and from there on we can expect an India launch to happen within the same time-frame.

14-cm (5.5-inch) IPS display
Android 4.1.2 aka Jelly Bean OS
2 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM
13 MP rear and expected 2 MP front camera

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