Lenovo finally announced the official release date of Lenovo K900 at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona.
However, if you are determined to purchase it just after the release on May 6, you may be disappointed. Lenovo K900 is confined in its availability, not monitoring a worldwide release, but a grand launch in inland market of China and a few Asian nations.
Lenovo K900 is powerful and smart, outdoing Samsung Galaxy S4 that possesses Snapdragon 600. The giant will bear a 13 MP camera, 440 ppi pixel density and a large 5.5 inches display, which prove its efficacy as a modern smartphone.
The official Chinese website of Lenovo has unveiled the giant’s launch date, but nothing has been declared about its price yet. Western fanatics might be disappointed over Lenovo’s decision to veil K900 from the US market.
Lenovo K900’s huge display will be protected with Corning Corilla Glass. 16 GB internal memory, 2GB RAM and external memory capacity of 32 GB make this smartphone worthier than its competitors.
The K900 will feature a secondary camera of 2MP. Powered by 2GHz dual-core CPU, K900 seems promising and abides by expectations of lovers. It is lightweight, weighing only 5.71 oz.
This professionally designed smartphone was announced at the beginning of 2013, and since then it has topped the charts of awaited smartphones. Lenovo has taken ample time to launch it, but the reason behind its decision to confine the release within inland markets of China and Asia is doubtful.
You can expect Lenovo to alter its decision after the initial release of Lenovo K900. Maybe Lenovo wants some more time to bring it down to the USA, after the sales of its already launched competitors cool down.