[CES 2012] Contrary to popular belief, it seems that someone over at Intel’s booth got a whiff of the Lenovo K800 smartphone which runs on Google’s Android operating system, that it had the language option set to Chinese – and to cater for most of the crowd who dropped by, it seems that the menu on the K800 has been changed to English. Enjoy the image gallery of the Lenovo K800 after the jump – I know that I certainly liked the solid feel to the handset, bringing back fond memories of the first Motorola Droid when it hit the market with aplomb. Now, if only more concrete measures can be taken to bring this Intel Medfield processor-powered smartphone to the US. If you noticed, the standard quartet of menu buttons that are normally found on most Android smartphones have been whittled down to a trio, and I like the way “you” are at the center of the user interface. Seems pretty subtle, and yet it works, alongside that lovely shade of green.

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