Just as happened in 2012 with Medfield architecture, a device produced from Lenovo will be responsible for debuting a new technology from Intel. Presented at CES 2013, marks the debut of K900 smartphone with CloverTrail+ platform including an Atom Z2580 processor of 2 GHz. The Android device has a 5.5 inch IPS display with 1080p resolution, 13-megapixel camera with dual flash, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of space for data storage. The new smartphone also uses Gorilla Glass 2 to prevent the device screen from being easily damaged during everyday use.
As is now becoming tradition in Lenovo products, this device will also have three capacitive buttons located at the bottom of the screen. The manufacturer plans to launch the device (which will be available in four different colors) in April in the Chinese market. Until now, the manufacturer has not disclosed any information regarding the price of the gadget, nor mentioned a possible Western release.