by Ankit Banerjee, 1 year ago
When you think Android, your mind probably drifts to mobile phones and tablets. We have seen a few unique applications of the Android platform before, but Google’s OS is slowly becoming a big part of another…
The phablet world is growing, with devices like the Galaxy Note and Optimus Vu leading the way. Now it seems that Lenovo is also interested in pushing forward into phablet territory with another phablet from the company aimed at the Chinese market. For those keeping score, this isn'the first Chinese market phablet shown off by Lenovo, that distinction goes to the lower-end LePhone S880. This time the device is called the Lenovo K860 music phone, and is instead aimed at the high-end market. The specs are rather strong on this phablet. The device has a 5-inch 720p display, 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos 4412 CPU with Mali-400MP graphics, 8MP camera, and Android 4.0.4 ICS.
Why the name Lenovo K860 music phone? Honestly we have no clue, though it is believed that it will likely feature some kind of enhanced audio and multimedia features to help live up to the name. This phone's pricing is yet unknown, though it seems likely that it will stay in China when it does arrive, at least for the time being. The age of phablets is dawning, that much is clear.