[CES 2012] Lenovo is set to deliver something interesting this year if you were to look beyond their Ultrabooks and computers – the Lenovo K800 smartphone which will be powered by Intel’s brand new Medfield mobile processor. Powered by the Google Android operating system, the K800 came with an all-Chinese menu, and so far, initial impressions of it have proved to garner more positive than negative comments, especially when you take into consideration its rather forward looking hardware design. With the now industry standard 8-megapixel camera that works with the Medfield platform that on paper, is able to support shooting of up to 15 frames per second, we do wonder just how close the Lenovo K800 can get to that figure in real world usage. So far, all signs do not point to a Lenovo K800 arriving in the US anytime soon, but you can train your sights on Motorola who are determined to introduce Medfield devices in 2012.
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