It’s been two months since the K900 has made its local debut, but until now Lenovo hasn’t revealed just how much will this bad boy’s gonna cost. The good news is that someone tipped us about its official pricing ahead of launch. However, note that it might be slightly higher than some of you have predicted.
According to our source, the Lenovo K900 will be sold locally for Php21,990. To be honest, that price isn’t so bad, considering that it was sold for Php23K+ when it was first made available in China back in May.
Furthermore, this puts the 5.5-inch Atom-powered handset in a better spot to go head to head with the current flagship Android devices like the HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Sony Xperia Z. All of which sports a 1080p displays, just like the K900, but are significantly pricier compared to it (as if you need to be reminded of that).
Lenovo K900 specs:
5.5-inch 1080p LCD IPS display, @401 ppi
Corning Gorilla Glass 2
2GHz dual-core Intel Atom Z2580
Expandable up to 32GB
13 MP camera w/ dual LED flash
1080p video capture
2MP front-facing camera
GPS w/ A-GPS support
2500mAh Li-Ion battery
Android 4.2 Jellybean
Dimension: 157 x 78 x 6.9 mm
Weight: 162 g
Now that we know what it’ll take to own one of these neat handsets, the only question now is when will it be available. From what we’ve heard the last time, the K900 is scheduled to be sold starting this month so I guess it’s safe to say that we won’t have to wait too long before it reaches the shelves.
In the meantime, you might wanna check out our initial thoughts about the Lenovo K900 during our first encounter with it.