Lenovo’s 5.5" Intel-powered IdeaPhone K900 Out at CES, Set Stage to Compete with Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

Lenovo entered new 5.5" 1080P Smartphone era with Intel. The new Lenovo IdeaPhone K900, targeted for launch in April, 2013 in China, the world's biggest smartphone market and some other countries, comes with the first smartphone with Intel 2GHz Atom Z2580 processor (formerly code-named “Clover Trail+”). Its specifications are believed being set to compete with the hottest Smartphone in China, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (current price at 5200RMB, which is $840). 

Lenovo IdeaPhone weighs about 169 grams ( Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is 178g, Iphone 4s is 140g), and come with 5.5" 1080P screen, 1920*1080 resolution and 400 ppi (ppi of Galaxy Note 2 is 267).  Informal talks disclosed a Sony Exmor BSI sensor with a F1.8 focal length lens, the widest aperture of any smartphone-based camera available, and the front-facing camera is equipped with 88 degree viewing angle. View some Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 Photos  here.

Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 hands-on  of SlashGear provided three videos:

SlashGear Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 hands-on with Chris Davies:

SlashGear IdeaPhone K900 interview with Lenovo’s Mark Pinner:

SlashGear  IdeaPhone K900 hands-on with 1080p display:

Set Stage to Compete with Samsung Galaxy Note 2?

I found out that the specs and features of both devices in this article  Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 VS Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from Android Authority provided  very good information for you to exercise your judgement.

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