CES 2012: Lenovo announces Medfield-powered Android, the K800
| by Karan Shah |
Lenovo has announced their new K800 Android powered smartphone and while doing so, has officially become the first company to get Intel’s Medfield SoC chip on their K800. The smartphone runs on Intel’s Atom Z2460 chip and comes with Android 4.0 with Lenovo’s LeOS customized skin. As reported by AndroidOS, the K800 comes with a 4.5-inch screen with a 720p resolution and runs on a single core 1.6GHz processor.
The Lenovo K800
The Lenovo K800 comes with an 8mp shooter at the back with dual LED flash and a front camera. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS and WiDi (Wireless Display). Pricing or availability of the smartphone hasn’t been disclosed yet, and the only information that is currently available is that the phone will be released in China in Q2, 2012.
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