We know Lenovo is big on the laptop market and it’s about to get bigger as the company just finished showing off a slew of laptops at CES 2012.
It seems that Lenovo wants more and is ready to enter the smartphone market as well, bringing the world’s first smartphone powered by a Intel-Medfield processor.
If we take a look at the picture we can see that the design isn’t that great and reminds us of Lenovo’s design for laptops. It’s around 10mm in thickness which is quite a bit more than Huawei’s Ascend P1S and it runs on Android Gingerbread for now.
Lenovo’s K800 smartphone is powered by a 1.6 Ghz Intel Medfield Atom Z1460 processor, comes with 16GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, WCDMA HDPA+ 21Mbps Wireless radio, as well as GPS.
Lenovo has decided to equip the K800 with a 4.5-inch TFT touchscreen display featuring a 1,280×720 pixel resolution. We’ll just have to see how much success this Lenovo smartphone will enjoy once it hits the market in the second quarter of 2012.
Lenovo has also announced at the CES that it’s preparing a few new releases this summer, running on Intel’s Medfield processor.
The Lenovo K800 smartphone will be released in the second quarter of 2012, while the price remains unknown for now.