Lenovo K900 5.5-inch phone seems to be the first smartphone to use the new Intel dual-core phone.
Lenovo’s K900 has a 5.5-inch IPS display and uses Intel’s first dual-core Atom chip for phones.
LAS VEGAS – Lenovo K900 big screen smartphone is one of the first to integrate Intel’s first dual-core Atom chip for phones.
By the standards of smart phones, the K900 has a huge 5.5 inch screen 1080p IPS display. So, the best time to take advantage of new Intel chips to maneuver all the pixels in the display bounds.
Lenovo K900 hands-on
The Atom Z2580 has about twice the performance of single-core Intel Medfield used Lenovo K800 phone. Some of oomph that comes from the processor core more, a bit ‘on the graphics chip better.
A couple of deets on Intel Z2580: a 32-nanometer chip, so you do not use the technology to 22 nanometers in 3D chip seen in Intel Ivy Bridge processors for PC. That 22-nanometer chip phone will be available later this year, Intel said Erik Reid CNET today.
In addition to the new Intel chips, K900 other goodies include 2 GB of RAM, up to 16GB of NAND flash memory, a 2 megapixel front camera with a wide viewing angle, and a 13-megapixel F1.8 camera lens with double flash.
And that camera alone can make a competitor. The K900 camera takes 13-megapixel images using a Sony Exmor CMOS sensor BSI. This could produce the image quality on par with stand-alone digital camera.