Intel has finally cracked the China market with Lenovo. The two companies have begun to joined forces in order to produce the Lenovo LePhone K800 which is quite a catch. The new smartphone actually has quite a powerful chip with the 1.6 GHz high-performance Intel Atom processor. With this, users will be able to smoothly run and switch between different applications and only have low power usage.
You can also expect that the phone will have a 720 display on the 4.5-inch touchscreen which the company promises to give better viewing experience. It also has a 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage. Not only that, the phone also runs with the Android 2.3, has a 1.3 MP front camera and an 8 MP rear camera.
The LePhone K800 can now be bought from 360Buy.com (Lenovo’s official website) or from selected Suning & Gome stones, and of course from the company’s many retail stores in China as of the moment. News has yet to be released whether the gadget will be available in any other country.
Anyone interested though have to cash out approximately RMB 3,299 ($524 USD) but with all the hype about better performance? Wouldn’t it be worth it?