Jun 12 AT 4:09 PM Dustin Earley 5 Comments

The Lenovo K920 is the one phablet to rule them all

Lenovo K920

6-inch convergence devices are nothing new anymore, just today Huawei announced the Ascend Mate2 4G, but we’re finally starting to see some differentiation in the category. Where Huawei is focused on keeping the Ascend Mate2 4G affordable, the Lenovo K920 is an absolute spec monster.

Even if the rumored specs for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and HTC One M8 Prime come true, the Lenovo K920 will stand up with the best of them. The full spec sheet for the K920 looks like this:

  • 6-inch QHD display
  • 16 megapixel rear camera
  • 5 megapixel front-facing camera
  • Snapdragon 801
  • 3GB of RAM
  • 32GB internal storage
  • Dual SIM card slots
  • Android 4.4 KitKat

With a metal body and practically no bezels, the only thing we can find that’s bad about the Lenovo K920 is its availability. We don’t know if it will be coming to the US or not. After its purchase of Motorola, it seems like it’s only a matter of time until Lenovo makes a big splash in the US. The K920 would be the perfect device to get things started.

Via: Android Central

Source: Engadget China

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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  • BlazeHN

    I totally love Lenovo and hope to see more of their products here on America (by this I mean America the continent not only USA >_>) I have bought their last 3 gaming laptops (Y500, Y510p and now Y50) and you REALLY get the best bang for your buck with Lenovo. Their products are very good and I would love to start seeing their smartphones around now, branded Lenovo or Moto, doesn’t matters.

  • Motorola 我们是中国人

    this chineze company is on fire….ze chineze are coming!!!

  • Tommy

    Now you know… That the Note 4 is gonna come with a snapdragon 805, qhd, and MAYBE 4gb RAM. …oh yeah, AND A S-PEN. why does everyone so underestimate this whole other demension that our s-pens bring. Its definitely a game changer.

    • Dirty Budha

      While I agree that the S-Pen is awesome I don’t call it a game changer. I DO use it for drawing logos on the fly. I can get a stylis for almost any device and be able to do that.

      The 805 chip will be better, but I don’t think the user will notice the difference.

  • samadhan chavan

    please release date lenovo k920 in india.