Lenovo K900 to go on sale April 17th price could be as low as $480!

Sources close to Lenovo have announced some surprising details about the Intel powered K900! The flagship phone will launch soon and the price could be a lot cheaper than previously announced.

According to unnamed sources at Lenovo, the Intel powered Lenovo K900 will go on sale in China from April 17th! That’s just a week away! If that wasn’t exciting enough, reports go on to suggest that the 1080p stainless steel smart phone could cost as little as 2999 Yuan ($480).

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At that price the K900 would be become a direct and very powerful rival to the Oppo Find 5 which is also priced at 2999 Yuan!

The Lenovo K900 features a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Intel 2GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB memory, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as standard.

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  1. Freeje
    March 10, 2013

    Just a $100 more and you can get a Note II. So how’s it better?

    • March 10, 2013

      Well, instead of asking questions here, you may use google to find the specs of its new Atom dual core processor. Then you’ll know why.

  2. tino96
    March 10, 2013

    April 17th is just a week away. Still recovering from last night?

  3. Marius
    March 10, 2013

    Well I wouldn’t really call this “low”, it’s pretty expensive and the CPU is not that good. Intel will have some better ones coming out later this year.

    • tino96
      March 10, 2013

      @Marius, I don’t know why you say it’s not good. It did score 30k+ on Antutu you know.

      • Marius
        March 11, 2013

        I’m not saying it’s not good, I’m just saying it’s not that good. It might have done 30K in Antutu but a quad core A15 like the Tegra 4 will beat it. The new Samsung CPU in the S 4 should also beat this.
        I’ll rephrase it then, the Intel SOC is just not the best there is and it will probably use some serious power too.
        The new Intel stuff coming out this fall will probably put everything else to shame, will be manufactured in 22nm , quad core and have Intel graphics not this PowerVR crap. That’s what I’m really looking forward to. This is OK I guess but I’m not that impressed.

        • anon
          March 12, 2013

          Between a few powerful cores or many weaker cores, even windows still favor the former except for very few case like video encoding, things you won’t ever do with your phone.

        • andrew
          March 19, 2013

          galaxy s4 score only 21K on antutu. and this phone 30k++