Ninetology U9X1 vs Lenovo K900 – Combined Product Review
20 October 2013
Excerpt: Yes it isn’t a fair comparison but nevertheless this is part of Ninetology’s Ethical Blogging Initiative to promote transparent blogging. On top of that, Ninetology also stated that it need not be a comparison blogpost (LOL, cos sure lose la in case like this) and they are looking forward for more...
Excerpt: As I write this, the smartphone market is currently dominated by quad-core or Octa-core phones with more RAM than you can shake a stick at. So where does a dual-core, top-of-the-line device fit?
Summary: There’s no doubt the Lenovo K900 is one of the very few sexy Android smartphones out there, tucked somewhere between the HTC One and the Sony Xperia Z. Lenovo has successfully imbued their own design signature with the K900, and positioned the device just at the right spot so the differentiation is...
Lenovo K900 Edges out Snapdragon 600 Samsung Galaxy S4 / S IV Coming to Malaysia
4 April 2013
Excerpt: The Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 has just barely managed to outscore the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 powered Samsung Galaxy S4 / S IV . Using the AnTuTu benchmark, the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 scored an impressive 25827 against the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 powered Samsung Galaxy S4 / S IV.
Summary: One more company has entered the smart phone making business from making computers and computer peripherals. Lenovo K900 is a high end phone with the price in the mid-range. It provides its users with a great reliable 2GHz Dual Core Intel Atom processor.
Summary: Lenovo, a respected name in the world of laptops, has been trying to carve a niche for itself in the mobile phone segment. It has consistently priced its products a little lower than the Samsungs and the HTCs, but not low enough to take on Indian manufacturers like Micromax and Lava.
Summary: W hile Lenovo is yet to make an impact outside the Chinese market as a smartphone vendor, it’s leaving no stones unturned to do so. A compelling product portfolio is key to success, and when it comes to the flagship, usually a showcase of the best the brand can put together, Lenovo definitely has a...
Summary: Last year Lenovo launched its first range of smartphones. They received a muted response and went on to slip under the radar. Six months in and the PC makers have a new phone that is bound to catch your attention – though not hold it – for too long.
Pros: The battery life, the camera (mostly the filters), and the beautiful screen display
Cons: Overheats far too easily, the UI and the overly large icons