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Lenovo, the Chinese mobile maker is all set to unveil Lenovo K5 at Consumer Electronics show 2013. This can be said as a latest report by GizChina has revealed the specifications of the handset, which mentioned that the 5.5 -inch display with HD touchscreen (404 ppi) phablet will come packed with 2GB RAM, 13- megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front facing camera and a high capacity 3500mAh Li-Ion battery.
Further, the report has also claimed that Lenovo K5 will debut running on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean operating system accompanied with a processing speed of 1.6 GHz-2.0GHz powered by a dual-core processor of Intel-Merrifield and dual SIM card port. Reportedly, the handset is disclosed to be boasting a slim and sleek look with 6.7mm thickness, priced at $545 (Rs. 29,700/- approx).
Lenovo Groups smartphone market is seeing an upsurge and is already reaping profits. The manufacturer launched its first smartphone in the Chinese markets in 2010 and expanded its sales to Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Russia and Philippines over a short period of time.
Moreover, Lenovo is also planning to use its dominating PC market to expand in smartphones and tablets. In a latest development, the Chinese PC maker is said to have branched out into two businesses Groups including Think Business Group and Lenovo Business Group to manage its PC and smartphone markets individually and efficiently.
Experts are claiming that the Lenovo Group will come out to be a big challenge to Samsung Electronics. According to the Chief Executive Officer of Lenovo, it is innovation, effective operations and strong distribution channels that will prove to be the strong points of the group. Already, Lenovo is second-largest smartphone vendor by shipment, just a step behind Samsung and now the conglomerate is gearing up to outperform Samsung and Apple, at least in the Chinese markets.