Chinese tech sites have been lucky enough to start receiving the new Intel powered Lenovo K900 ahead of the May 6th launch for an early review. First impressions haven’t been published yet, but here are some K900 unboxing photos to wet your appetite.
The Lenovo K900 launched at the start of the year at CES. The all alloy phone features a sleek 6.9mm body in to which Lenovo have crammed a dual-core Intel Atom CPU running at 2Ghz, 2GB RAM, 2500mAh battery and 5.5-inch 1080p display.
Full specifications can be found below.
The Outer box has the name K900 cut out. It’s not easy to see with the inside removed.
With the red internal packaging in place the K900 name is easy to see. The font choice is a little strange and doesn’t really match the stylish look of the phone.
With the box open we get a first look at the 5.5-inch 1080 display.
All the relavent accessories, charger, cable etc are included.
The Lenovo K900 runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean customised with Lenovo’s own UI.
The body measures just 6.9mm with the SIM slot and power button located on the left side.
Stainless steel back, external speaker, 13 mega-pixel camera and LED flash can be seen on the rear. You can also make out the screws which hold the rear on. The battery in the K900 isn’t meant to be replaced by the users.
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