Earlier this year, Chinese company Lenovo confirmed plans to sell no less than 18 million smartphones by the end of the year. Although the handset maker retails most of its Android portfolio products in China, the Mainland is one of the biggest markets in the world.
Lenovo announced its first Intel-based Android phone about two months ago, the LePhone K800
is about to make its entrance on the market via China Unicom.
LePhone K800 is the second Intel-based smartphone announced, after the Lava Xolo 900 recently hit shelves in India.
However, Lenovo is interested in grabbing as much market share as possible in China, which is why the company plans to release several high-end devices as well.
Such a device has just been spotted in China by the folks over at Blog of Mobile
, the Lenovo LePhone K860. The first details on the phone’s specs have just surfaced and LePhone K860 seems to be a top-tier device indeed.
Word is that Lenovo
LePhone K860 is equipped with Samsung’s Exynos quad-core processor, probably clocked at 1.4 GHz, though we’re not sure what GPU the phone embeds.
Furthermore, the smartphone packs 1GB of RAM and 4GB of ROM. More importantly, the LePhone K860 boasts an incredible 5-inch HD display that supports 1280 x 720 pixels resolution.
On the back, the smartphone sports an impressive 8-megapixel photo snapper with LED flash, autofocus and full HD (1080p) video recording, while in the front there’s a secondary 2-megapixel camera for video calls.
Lenovo LePhone K860 is said to measure 143.6 x 74.5 x 9.6 mm and to weigh around 185g (battery included), which puts it among the largest Android phones available on the market.
Even though there are no details on the smartphone’s price tag yet, it appears that Lenovo plans to start selling LePhone K860 beginning August. Stay tuned for more updates on the matter.