It seems like Lenovo will make its Indian fans waiting until May 20 for its upcoming K900 smartphone. As the initial date for the launch of Lenovo K900 was scheduled to be today, however, the Chinese mobile phone maker saddens the already awaiting people by postponing it by 10 more days. But let us worry not as the phrase goes better late than never.
Lenovo K900 was supposed to make its debut in Chinese market around April, but was delayed. This smartphone was announced at the beginning of 2013, and since then it has topped the charts of awaited smartphones.
The big screen smartphone, which first appeared at Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas earlier this year has now finally hit the Chinese market with 3299 Yuan ( Rs 29,168). In India the pricing of the Lenovo K900 is expected to be Rs 25000 and is plausible to range up to Rs 32,000.
The powerful processor and a decent price range may bring this phablet to limelight in Indian market.
Powered with Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean) and Dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 (Intel Clover Trail platform), and CPU clocked to 2 GHz and 2GB of RAM, a 13MP F1.8 camera with dual flash that uses a Sony Exmor RS BSI sensor, a 2-megapixel front facing camera, and 16GB of internal storage which can be extended to 32 GB with external microSD, and 5.5-inch touchscreen full HD display with Gorilla Glass 2, 1080p screen and a 6.9mm stainless steel and polycarbonate body, this smartphone may surely prove its swiftness and smooth functionality to users.
With its competitive specs and reasonable pricing, it is likely to pose a direct competition in market with HTC One, Sony Xperia Z and Samsung Galaxy S4.