Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Aug 02, 2015
Release Date: Apr 29, 2013
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Innovation at its best
Lenovo K900 boasts a 5.5-inch IPS LCD capacitive multi-touch display screen which bears a display resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels.
It runs on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system and is powered with a 2 GHz Dual-Core Saltwell processor with Intel Atom Z2580 chip accompanied by 2GB of RAM and PowerVR SGX 544 MP2 GPU.
Lenovo K900 is the first smartphone to be powered with a 2GHz processor with Intel Atom. Thus, it may be considered as a priced possession rather than just a smart device. The superb display and powerful camera may work as the most alluring features for the buyers. It may be expected to give a tough competition to the Galaxy S3 from Samsung which has a 1.4Ghz quad-core CPU with 1GB of RAM.
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This review was written by TN guest writer, Ken Tamayo...
Verdict: Enter the Lenovo K900, one of the first phones powered by an Intel Processor, the K900 is positioned to be a premium device with groundbreaking specifications all at a price that is easily affordable....
Lenovo`s strategy to pave a way for itself in the smartphone race seems to be working quite well in its favour. With some very enticing budget offerings already in the market, the company is aiming big now by partnering with Intel to launch its latest......
Verdict: Media Media playback is handled via the stock player, which supports MP3 and FLAC. Audio quality is good, provided you have a decent pair of IEMs. The speaker volume is very good too; alerts and notifications can be heard even in a noisy environment....
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A slab of power for less than the average flagship...
Overall User Rating (2 Out of 5 based on 3 ratings)
Best Features: Display , General performance (non gaming)
Pros: Display, Camera(HDR), Audio(with Headphones), thickness, performance, Thickness.
Cons: Battery life (5.5"display), Dimensions(Length X Width), No expandable memory slot, Android version(old and not upgradable).
Overall: Bought this phone a year back. Video clarity is superb, both online and stored movie playback. With 32GB internal storage I generally do not need any memory expansion slot but a micro SD card slot would have been great. I have never had any performance issue and with 2GB RAM at its disposal, I do not think I ever will. Camera is great buy can be a bot slow, but clarity is superb. With HDR mode pictures are even greater. Battery life can be an issue with gaming and video buffs, and you will feel the phone heat up when playing games, watching and making movies. The phone has hanged just once till now and I had to reboot to get it back up. Will surely recommend this phone to any non game centric user.
Pros: No point of purchasing this phone
Cons: Worst video clarity, if you want to see any video even HD on youtube you will find yourself Cheated. Screen Resolution is pathetic Worst battery backup.... Worst Camera... Phone Heats up very quickly....
Overall: I have purchased this phone on 3 may and some points which will tell us not to buy this phone. Worst video clarity, if you want to see any video even HD on youtube you will find yourself Cheated. Worst battery backup.... Worst Camera... Phone Heats up very quickly....