Lenovo breaks in the quad-core scene as they now officially unveiled their very first quad-core smartphone dubbed as Lenovo IdeaPhone K860. The device was given a small preview in its launch in China just a week after their announcement of the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 – a Windows 8 powered tablet. It seems like Lenovo’s picking up its speed to ride on and take a bite on the smartphone and tablet market share. Check the details of the IdeaPhone K860 below.


Features and Specifications

The Lenovo IdeaPhone K860 is a flagship device so we can expect a good set of features. It will be powered by a quad-core Samsung Exynos processor, a 1GB of RAM and runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Other highlights include a 5-inch 720p HD screen display with a 1280×720 pixel resolution, 8MP camera with LED flash, 2MP front-facing camera, 1080p HD video recording, microSD card support, and a 2250mAh battery capacity.


Looking at the design of the phone, it looks kinda boring. What I mean is we’ve seen this kind of smartphone design over and over again and some even touted this as another iPhone look-alike. In my point of view, it doesn’t look like an iPhone at all as it is not as sleek looking.

I also noticed that instead of directly competing with the Samsung Galaxy SIII, HTC One X and LG Optimus 4X HD – Lenovo IdeaPhone K860 may even target the Galaxy Note’s phablet teritory. My assumption is purely based on its screen display size though. Furthermore, given its top-notch specifications, it may actually give a possible headache to the other quad-core android phones if it will be priced lower than the Optimus 4X HD which now stands at a price of Php27,990.


[important]UPDATE: The Lenovo K860 price in the Philippines is already announced. Check it through this link.[/important]

The most relevant information that’s missing on Lenovo K860’s preview is the price. ZOL, the source of the preview, didn’t mention the possible price of the handset. Also, there is still no word if Lenovo IdeaPhone K860 will be made available outside China. However, I have a strong feeling that it will do and it may possibly land in the Philippines too if Lenovo sees a good market in our country in the upcoming months.

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