By Anton D. Nagy | January 9, 2013 2:10 AM
Intel is slowly increasing its presence in the mobile industry and the just announced IdeaPhone K900 from Lenovo is such a device packing the chip-giant’s processor. While at it, the device is also among the first ones to pack a 2GHz dual-core Atom processor.
The screen is 5.5 inches in diagonal with Full HD 1080p resolution calling for a pixel density rating of 400 PPI. The camera appears to be similar to the one found on the newly announced Sony Xperia Z, meaning 13-megapixels as well as a Sony Exmor R backside illuminated sensor. It will ship with Android 4.2 and a UI on top of it when it will become available in April (in China) with a yet undisclosed price tag.
Source: The Verge