Lenovo announced its K900 flagship back in January at CES in Las Vegas. Powered by the Intel Clover Trail platform, the Android-running beast impresses with a 5.5" IPS 1080p screen and a 6.9mm stainless steel and polycarbonate body.
Well, the wait is over - Lenovo is unleashing the K900 upon the Chinese market on May 6. Unfortunately there is no info when the smartphone availability will expand to other markets. Back in January Lenovo promised to launch the K900 in "select regional markets" shortly after the Chinese premiere.
The pricing of the Lenovo K900 is yet to be confirmed.
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So you're buying a Vertu or what?
So are you saying Lenovo's R&D are being done by IBM? And just to let you know, 7 out of 9 of Lenovo's R&D centers are located in China. Not to mention that Lenovo is the one that saved the "Think" series, while IBM couldn't.