The Chinese giant has unveiled its much-hyped K900, the Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) powered 5.5-inch model originally announced at the beginning of the year.
The phone packs in Intel’s 2GHz dual-core Atom Z2580 processor – an x86-class chip – with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage. Storage is expandable through its MicroSD card slot, up to 32GB.
It already runs Android 4.2 operating system and comes with two cameras – a 2MP option on the front, but your main photos will be shot through the 13MP image sensor on the back.
The 5.5-inch screen delivers full HD (1080p) resolution, driven by PowerVR’s SGX544 graphics core.
It’s not one of the lightest smartphones on the market, given its weighs in at 162grams. Some are touting this as the closest thing to Samsung’s all-conquering Galaxy S4, thanks in part to some impressive benchmark results when the dual-core Atom chip outplayed the Galaxy S4.
The phone is now on sales throughout India for Rs32,999.
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