Lenovo brought the successor to the K800 to CES - the Lenovo K900 is an Intel-powered, Android-running phablet with a 5.5" 1080p screen. The device is also one of the thinnest in its class with a 6.9mm thick stainless steel and polycarbonate unibody.
The K900 packs a Gorilla Glass 2 protected 5.5" IPS LCD screen with 400ppi pixel density, matching the ZTE Grand S. The phablet weighs 162g and Lenovo put a lot of work into making sure nothing sticks out beyond the 6.9mm thickness.
Not even the 13MP camera that uses a Sony BSI sensor and an impressively bright F/1.8 lens. The front-facing camera has an 88-degree viewing angle for better self-shots and video calling.
The Lenovo K900 runs Android and is powered by a dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 processor (Clover Trail+). There's no official info on the Android version or the CPU specs, but various sources mention 1.8GHz or 1.5GHz clock speed.
The K900 will launch in China this April and will expand to "select regional markets" shortly after. The pricing will be announced later.
i will definitely go for x86 based phone if somebody successfully installed windows on it.
please compare this phone with micromax phone............
yea like that will ever heppen it will probably be 16 GB and around 2,5 or 2,8 k mAh