Lenovo K900 now on sale in China for $535


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Lenovo have finally launched the Intel powered Lenovo K900 in China at a retail price of $535.

The Lenovo K900 is finally on sale and after weeks of rumours the final retail price has been announced. Even early this morning rumours were flooding in about the price tag for Lenovo’s first Intel powered Android phone, however those reports turned out to be wrong and the actual price is 3299 Yuan ($535).

This is slightly more than we had hoped, but if you compare the specification with the similarly spec’d Oppo Find 5, the Lenovo is a very well priced device!

The Lenovo K900 boasts impressive features such as a 5.5-inch 1080 HD display which can be operated with gloves, 2.0Ghz dual-core Intel Atom CPU, 2GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel Sony sensor and a 6.9mm alloy body.

As it stand the K900 is a Chinese only launch with no plans for the phone to go on sale internationally.

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