K900 is finally ready for a launch and a price. At least, that’s what leaks seem to say.
Someone somewhere had mercy on the souls of those waiting for a release date and a price for the Lenovo K900. According to them, this smartphone will see the light of day next month on the April 17th. But in Japan, for now. According to the same rumors, this device is going to have a price of approximately 2,999 yuan (or $481).
Even if the K900 has still a long way to go until it is released, leaks are already talking about what its specs will sound like. And they go something like this: a 5.5″ IPS HD touchscreen with a resolution of 1080p and an amount of 400+ ppi, 16 GB of internal storage, 2 GB of RAM, a 2 GHz dual-core Intel Clover Trail+ Atomchipset Z2580 processor and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean as its operating system.
Other very important specifications of the latest Lenovo Z900 are made of a microSD card slot (no dimension has yet been specified) and two cameras (one on the front summing up 2 megapixels and one on the phone’s back with a total of 13 megapixels).
The 5.5″ display of this smartphone is said to be covered in Corning Gorilla Glass; this means that even if you drop the device, its screen won’t get damaged that easily. Although that remains to be seen after it’s tested.
That was all for this device’s specs. What about the design? Well, the leaks talk about a body that sports a thickness of 6.9 mm. That should make its users pretty happy, because not many consumers like thick handsets nowadays. The Lenovo K900 places itself in the mid-range category of smartphones. Its specifications and price sound good if we were to believe what the leaks have been reporting.
Let the waiting for this phone begin!
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