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Lenovo, Intel collaborate on K900 smartphone

Lenovo and Intel have collaborated to launch the Atom Z2580 processor powered Lenovo K900 smartphone in several global markets.

Thailand and Malaysia are the latest markets to receive K900 in addition to the markets already selling the smartphone, bringing the total market availability up to eight countries.

Features of the new smartphone include a 5.5" IPS display with 1080p full high-definition resolution performance at 400+ pixels-per-inch, high-end camera, a front camera that facilitates convenient self-photos and video calls, in addition to a graphics media accelerator.

Lenovo Mobile Internet Digital Home business operations and business development VP, JD Howard, said many of the world’s fastest-growing smartphone markets are in Asia.

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"Lenovo has built a strong smartphone base in China, and last year we began offering our smartphones in additional markets," Howard said.

"The Lenovo K900 is a world-class smartphone, which will compete well around the world. Intel has been an ideal partner for developing the K900 and ensuring an outstanding user experience for our customers."

By late 2013, the Chinese PC maker is planning to launch the K900 smartphone in 10 new markets in addition to the current list, including China, India, Indonesia, Russia, the Philippines and Vietnam.

Intel Mobile and Communications Group VP and general manager, Hermann Eul, said that the company is planning to continue partnership with Lenovo across a range of mobile market segments, and to working closely to bring the K900 smartphone experience with Intel Inside to more consumers around the world.

"The K900 embodies the value propositions of high-performance Intel® architecture and great battery life with Lenovo’s product and design innovation," Eul said.
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