By Christine Torralba January 17, 2012 0 23 1 0 With the recently concluded CES 2012 event, we’re still having a pretty good hangover on the products that caught our attention. One of which, is the new Lenovo K800. We particularly liked this device because it was unlike the others who ran on dual or even quad-core processors.Advertisement Even though the Lenovo K800 has a single-core chip, it is still the very first Android device to operate using the new Atom Z2460 chip by Intel, clocked at 1.6GHz. Other features of the phone include a 4.5-inch 720p display, 8MP camera with 1080p video recorder, and a front-facing camera. The phone currently runs on Android 2.3 but it may get updated to Ice Cream Sandwich before it launches in China this spring. Just like the other Android powered devices by the company, theK800 was pretty skinny. Even though it had acceptable features, the thing that many people liked about the device was that its data can easily be sorted and organized on the fly. The K800 is set to be launched in its Asian markets by Q2 2012 before it hits the global market in the later part of the year. The one on the right is the Lenovo K800, Intel powered 0 23 1 previous postCES is ‘Irrelevant’next postIs your ASUS Transformer Prime Rebooting after ICS Update?