Summary: The K860 is a rather impressive phablet, and is quite affordable as well. More importantly, it costs less than the Optimus Vu, with significantly better performance and comfort of use. The only issue with Lenovo smartphones is that their availability is rather limited.
Excerpt: When you think Lenovo, the first visual element that pops into your head is surely not a smartphone. Laptops, surely… Ultrabooks, most likely… ThinkPad in general, for sure. Which is why, we were admittedly rather apprehensive towards the Lenovo smartphones that arrived in the test centre.
Summary: The Lenovo K860 looks like it is trying to take on the Galaxy S3 and the One X. No doubt the K860 is an amazing device. Not to mention that the K860 is currently running Android Ice Cream Sandwich and not Jellybean. But even on ICS the K860 was able to perform absolutely well.
Excerpt: Lenovo enters the quad core market with the launch of its first quad-core smartphone hailed as Lenovo IdeaPhone K860. The Lenovo IdeaPhone K860 is a flagship device and hence comes filled with brilliant set of features that enables the user to access easily number of apps, emails, movies, and games.
Excerpt: We managed to get our hands on Lenovo's Samsung Galaxy Note challenger, an exciting moment not just because of the phone's high-end specifications but because it's the first time we've been able to handle a Lenovo branded smartphone. We're pleased to say that we weren't disapointed.
Summary: Lenovo has since beginning offered us with some advanced computing devices but it has set a benchmark for other PC makers to come up with new ideas and innovation. Lenovo IdeaPhone K860 is an impressive handset, or a phablet, which is all set to take stand against the competitors in the same...
Pros: Excellent performance , Premium looks , Neat and simple user interface , Responsive touchscreen , Good display , High speed processor
Cons: Operates older version of Android , No update on Jelly Bean , Limited units available in the market