07 January 2015

The First Smartphone Powered by Intel's 64-bit Atom Processor— Lenovo's P90 Phone

Lenovo, known as an excellent producer of smartphones and laptop, and recently acquired Motorola, unveiled its first smartphone that runs on Intel's 64-bit Atom with a 1.8GHz quad-core processor — Introducing Lenovo's P90 at CES 2015.

Lenovo's P90 is based on the Intel's Moorefield design that equips 22nm Z3560 SoC (which is the heart of the smartphone). The GPU relies on the Imagination Technologies G6430 which iPhone 5S used. 

Lenovo P90
Lenovo P90
It is sports with huge battery(packs with 4000 mAh which last about 2 days --- WOW! And supports LTE-Advanced FDD and TDD which has the download speed up to 150 Mbps.

Lenovo P90 phonearena
Image: PhoneArena
The said smartphone has a 5.5" screen with a 1920x1080pixel resolution with a 401 PPI supported with 5-finger multi-touch.

It sports with 2GB of RAM and 32 GB Storage. It will ship with Android 4.4 Kitkat.

Lenovo targets this P90 to business customers.

Side View: Lenovo P90
Side View: Lenovo P90

Lenovo's P90 Specs

  • Display: 5.5 inches with 1080x1920 pixels IPS LCD (401 PPI), 5-finger Multitouch
  • Operating System: Android 4.4 Kitkat
  • CPU: Intel 1800 MHz (1.8 GHz), 64-bit
  • GPU: based on the Imagination Technologies G6430
  • Camera: 13 MP rear-facing camera, 5MP front-facing camera with camcording capability. Autofocus, touch-to-focus, and optical image stabilization
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Storage: 32 GB
  • Battery: 4000 mAh
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth, Wi-FI, USB 2.0, MicroUSB, Tethering, Sync
  • Availability: Officially on February 2015
  • Price: Purchase P90 at $499 from Lenovo's website

Image: ExtremeTech/PhoneArena

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