Lenovo P90 scores huge battery, LTE-Advanced support

As press day at CES 2015 rolls on, it’s Lenovo’s turn to flip the switch on its latest mobile hardware, and that includes a couple new Androids for us to check out. The first on the docket is the P90, an Intel-powered handset with 5.5-inch 1080p display.

The phone runs a 64-bit Atom Z3560, and when paired with a matching Intel modem, the P90 will be capable of high-speed LTE-Advanced connectivity on supporting networks around the globe. The P90 gets 2GB of memory, 32GB storage, and will ship running Android 4.4 KitKat. The main camera is a 13MP component with optical stabilization, with a 5MP camera around front – that 13/5 configuration is proving to be hugely popular with this year’s CES launches.

Battery issues have been making their way to the forefront of the smartphone conversation in recent years, and Lenovo hopes to equip the P90 to adequately address any concerns, giving the phone a substantial 4000mAh battery. The whole package measures just 8.5mm thick and has a mass of 156 grams. Color options, as you can see below, will include red, white, and black.

Sales of the Lenovo P90 will get started next month.


Source: Lenovo

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