Lenovo LePhone K860 leaked with Samsung Exynos quad-core processor

Lenovo LePhone K860 leaked with Samsung Exynos quad-core processor

Lenovo has impressed us a lot of times in past by launching devices like the IdeaPad and the beautiful LePhone. Now it seems they are getting ready to shock us again, this time with a quad-core device which will be known as Lenovo LePhone K860. It will be rocking the same Samsung Exynos quad-core processor we saw on the Galaxy S III and Meizu MX. The device was spotted in China, and rumor has it that it will be launched there sometime in August, though no word on when it will hit other parts of the world.

Along with the Samsung Exynos 1.4GHz quad-core processor, it will be running on Ice Cream Sandwich with a 5 inch HD display, 8MP camera with LED flash, 2MP front-facing camera for video chatting, 1GB of RAM, and only 4GB of ROM. It doesn’t look huge in the pics, but you can consider it somewhere close to the Galaxy Note in size.

If the device hits your country, would you mind picking it up? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: UV


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