Concise Evaluation of Intel’s Lenovo K800

Concise Evaluation of Intel’s Lenovo K800

At the CES 2012, the Lenovo K800, was launched. This will be the first mobile cellphone operated by the Intel Atom Medfield chip. Lenovo K800 is predicted to be at the China industry in the second one fourth quarter of 2012.

Screen Resolution:

Lenovo K800 cellphone has a 4.5-inch 1280x 720 p LCD capacitive touch-screen.


The Lenovo K800 is controlled by a 1600 MHz single-core processor from the Intel Atom Z2460 chipset and 1GB of RAM.

Operating System:

Lenovo K800 will use Android’s 2.3 Gingerbread OS, with the Lenovo LeOS program. In the light of a statement published by the company, the Lenovo K800 cellphone is expected to get an update to the newest edition of the OS – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – later this season.


Lenovo K800 will have conventional Bluetooth (version 3.0) and 802.11b/g/n correlation alternatives, as well as microUSB 2.0 editions and GPS. It is expect that the cellphone, given that it is dated to be released in China, will be able to use China’s Unicom’s WCDMA HSPA system to the tune of 21Mbps.

RAM and Disc Space :

The K800 will have 16 Giga Byte of inner storage. Regrettably, there will be no exterior microSD card.


K800 will come with a powerful 1900mAh battery.


The K800 has been loaded by an 8 mega-pixel combined LED and auto-focus rear-facing digicam. The cellphone also has a front-facing digicam for movie contacting but the pixels per inch format are undisclosed as of now.

Other Options:

The cellphone will also have an accelerometer, voice-dialing, control and record options, HTML, Flash, incorporated YouTube (upload) alternatives and Picasa. The cellphone also functions WiDi or Wifi display functionality, developed by Intel. WiDi needs a TV with an adaptor or one designed in – like a wireless HDMI interface.

The company has still to announce the value of Lenovo K800.