Those of you who have kept an eye on Lenovo should already be familiarized with the so-called K920 flagship device. Well, at least you might’ve learned a few details here and there regarding the handset’s specifications, but all in all, the Lenovo K920 is not yet official, so all the information that has been gathered thus far has been picked up from various leaks and rumors.
Oddly enough though, the Lenovo K920 has apparently just been spotted at a consumer electronics show held in China, despite the fact that, once again, the device has not yet been made official. Either way, this unusual appearance gave us an opportunity to learn a lot more about this beast, and as always, we’ll share the information with you right after the break.
Lenovo K920 Pops-up at Consumer Electronics Show
The only time the Lenovo K920 has been spotted in live pictures was back in May, when the device has been showcased behind closed doors at an internal event. Needless to say, a handful of pictures leaked out, but those past events are nothing compared to this recent development.
Now the Lenovo K920 has been spotted in the crowd, boasting a 6-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display and a Snapdragon 801 MSM8974-AC processor clocked at 2.5 GHz. The handset takes advantage of 3 GB of RAM, it packs 32 GB of internal storage, and features a 16 MP main camera mated with a 5 MP secondary sensor. The K920 runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, and judging by these photos, the smartphone’s internals will indeed be wrapped up in a brushed aluminum body.
We should also point out that the “K920” name tag might not be permanent, and once the handset goes on sale it could bear the “Vibe Z2 Pro” moniker. Whatever the case, Lenovo’s upcoming flagship phone shapes up to be an impressive beast, and we’re hoping that we’ll soon have the opportunity to see how it fares against its biggest rivals on the high-end market.
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