Last month it was rumoured that Intel will be coming up with the processor to power up various smartphones and tablets. The Lenovo K800 is the first product to introduce the Intel Medfield with Intel Atom Z2460 chip. This announcement comes during the on going world’s largest Consumer Electronics Show held at Las Vegas in an Intel keynote.
The Lenovo K800 will be released in China via the China Unicom during the second quarter of 2012 and it also stated that there are no plans as such for the global release. Going into the specifications of Lenovo K800 it will be running the Android 4.0 OS with customized LeOS skin by Lenovo. If the device comes up early during the second quarter that it will be among those few devices to come up with Android Ice Cream Sandwich on board. But to our surprise this device was spotted with Android 2.3 on board and it clearly means that ICS update will be provided soon once the device is launched. It will be get WiDi onboard which Lenovo says that it will enable screen sync to a Smart TV at 720p HD.
A lot of devices during the CES show were spotted including tablets and smartphones providing update to Android 4.0 only via once the sales are up. Lenovo K800 will be with 4.5 inches HP display screen with 1.6 Ghz Intel processor along with the likes of 8 mega pixel camera with dual LED flash and front facing camera. The internet access on this tablet will be via Wi-Fi and 3G data can also be used.