• Lenovo K800
    Last Updated: Apr 19th,2012

    The Lenovo K800 is the first Android device to be announced with an Intel processor. In terms of availability, it was beaten by the Lava Xolo X900's earlier release. But Lenovo's device will definitely hit a much larger audience upon its arrival.

    It comes iwth a 1.6 GHz single-core Intel Medfield processor, 1 GB of RAM, a stunning 4.5-inch 1280x720p display and Android 2.3.7 (it should get Android 4.0 at some point).

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    First Intel-based Android smartphone shipping later this week

    During the company’s Q1 earnings call, Intel CEO Paul Ottelini revealed that the first smartphone to utilize an Atom-based Medfield CPU would ship later this week. He wasn’t too clear on which device that may be, but there are only a handful of possibilities. The Lenovo K800 was the first handset announced with Intel’s platform […]

    Intel Medfield-powered Lenovo K800 launching next month with ‘Avatar technology’

    The Lenovo K800 has been boasting its Intel Medfield power since early January, but so far we’ve only had a chance to see it events like CES and MWC. That should be changing soon with the release of the handset next month. Intel’s Sean Maloney dropped that bit of knowledge in a post over at […]

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    Hands-on with the Intel-based Lenovo K800 [CES 2012]

    Lenovo is the first to announce an Intel-powered Android smartphone, their K800 headed to China Unicom. We had the opportunity to go hands-on with the device here at CES 2012 and we can say definitively that there is a bright future for the Intel/Android combination. The phone features a 4.5-inch 720p display, 1GB of RAM, […]

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    Lenovo K800 is First Intel Powered Smartphone, Motorola Devices On The Way

    At Tuesday’s keynote speech during CES 2012, Intel took to the stage and announced their first ever Intel-powered smartphone, the Lenovo K800. The introduction didn’t go so smoothly – check out the upside-down announcement… – but the demonstrations and stats seem nothing short of phenomenal. Very little was shown on the K800 besides the picture […]