Lenovo has never had any smartphone market share in North America, but that hasn’t stopped the company from unveiling new Android smartphones at CES the past three years. The Lenovo P90 was revealed today as the second device in the company’s lineup to feature an Intel Atom processor. Other specs on the Lenovo P90 include a 5.5-inch 1920×1080 IPS display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 13-megapixel with optical image stabilization on the back and a fixed-focus 5-megapixel camera on the front. The overall specs and the device’s $369 asking price put it in the mid-range category, but Lenovo is hoping that it will also appeal to power users since the 4,000mAh battery can keep the P90 going for to up to two full days.
The design of the Lenovo P90 is simple yet elegant. The device’s subtle curves allow it to nestle in the hand pretty well, and the metallic-looking soft-touch polycarbonate finish on the back of the phone gives it a premium feel. As with previous Lenovo smartphones, the P90 is running Lenovo’s UI on top of Android 4.4. While most of the functionality hasn’t changed since last year, Lenovo has updated UI elements to be transparent so that your background image can be seen through the icons and widgets on the home screen.