Lenovo K800 Intel Medfield smartphone debuts next week
I’m sure you are aware that Lenovo has a new Android smartphone that is said to be the first smartphone to sport the Intel Medfield processor, and the smartphone is called the Lenovo K800, although the first Intel Medfield handset was actually the Lenovo Xolo 900, but today more word on when the Lenovo K800 is likely to surface in the mobile space, along with some spec details has come to light.
According to the guys over at Ubergizmo, Cnet is reporting that a ‘source familiar with Lenovo’s plans’ has said that the Lenovo K800 will make its debut in China sometime next week and will run on the China Unicom network.
Along with that rumoured Lenovo K800 release, details on what the Android smartphone sports has also surfaced, such as the Lenovo K800 along with that 1.6GHz Intel Medfield processor the handset sports a 4.5-inch 720 x 1280 touch screen, an Android based Lenovo LeOS user interface, a 400 MHz graphics chip, Intel wireless display tech for streaming video to a compatible HDTV, NFC, and HDMI-out.
The word is that the Lenovo K800 albeit first presumed to come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, is now alleged to be coming with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system; however one does have to stipulate that all this is simply rumour at the moment.
Lenovo hasn’t that far released any official announcements on the release of the Lenovo K800, and obviously as such there is no word on pricing or if the Lenovo K800 will actually arrive anywhere else other than China; more as and when we hear.