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Lenovo, the world's largest PC maker is now aggressively looking to expand its wings further in the crowded Indian handset market. Not many people know that Lenovo is currently the number 2 smartphone vendor in China and it's world domination is not restricted to PCs alone.
"Connected Devices," is the next-big thing for China's based Lenovo Group. In India, Lenovo is equally committed to smartphones, Tablets, and PCs. So what's next, that is coming from the house of Lenovo in respect to smartphones in India?
Well, in a exclusive meeting with Gizbot, a senior executive over at Lenovo India revealed that this Diwali, the company is planning to bump up the internal memory of the recently launched Lenovo K900. Yes, one of the most glamorous handsets in the market right now, Lenovo K900 currently houses a 16GB internal memory and lacks a microSD slot for memory expansion.
Hence, now the company all geared up to release a 32GB version of K900 by October last week or November first week. The executive exclusively revealed to GizBot that the 32GB variant of the handset will be priced at around Rs 30,000.
Specswise, the Lenovo K900 comes with a 5.5-inch IPS display having resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 400ppi. It is powered by a 2GHz dual-core processor powered by Intel Atom Z2580 chipset coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB ROM (non-expandable).
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean comes out of the box with Lenovo's own home backed UI on the top. There's a 13MP rear facing camera with Auto Focus, Dual LED Flash Light and F/1.8 lens on the board. Also add a 2MP camera on the front. The makers have added a 2,500mAh Li Ion non-removable battery. Other highlighted specifications include: 3G, Wi-Fi, 2G, Bluetooth 3.0, and A-GPS, among others. The phone is a mash up of polycarbonate plastic and stainless steel.
Lenovo is a new entrant in Indian smartphone market. The tech vendor offers couple of handsets, mostly powered by Google's Android based OS. The brightest of them till now is Lenovo K900. Till now, the K900 is gripped with one big issue: its internal memory and the non-expandable nature. For most of the users, an in-built 16GB ROM probably won't last long. But now, it's good to see that Lenovo is willing to meet the demand of it's buyers and come out with a K900 which is fitted with 32GB of internal memory.
To know what more is coming from the Lenovo's house, stay tuned to GizBot for updates.
Contributed By Akansha Srivastava