It seems Lenovo can’t make its mind up yet about how much they want to charge customers for its upcoming superphone, the IdeaPhone K900. But that’s not necessarily such a bad thing, especially since we’re now hearing that it’ll come at a much lower price than what it’s originally going to be offered for.
According to an anonymous Lenovo source, the IdeaPhone K900 will be selling for 2,999 Yuan in China or roughly about $485. Compared to $635, its “old” price, it certainly makes the K900 that much more appealing.
Alongside the new price, the Intel-powered handset finally gets a release date as well. Previously hinted to come in late March or early April, the same source said that the phone will hit stores on April 17.
In case you need a refresher, the IdeaPhone K900 boasts a 5.5-inch IPS display with 1,920 x 1080 resolution, placing it neatly next to other full HD phones in the market. Powering the device is a dual-core 2.0GHz Intel Atom Z5280 processor, which according to benchmark is quite the speed demon.
Other specs include 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage with microSD support, 13MP rear camera with Sony BSI sensor, 2MP front cam for those Instagram selfies, NFC, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Lenovo manages to pack everything inside a pretty thin 6.9 mm shell.
Looking forward to the IdeaPhone K900?