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Lenovo K91 is 1st Android 4.0 ICS Smart TV




Lenovo is joining the Smart TV market and surprised us by announcing the very first Android 4.0 ICS powered LED TV at CES 2012 — the Lenovo K91.

The Lenovo K91 will be powered by a Qualcomm 8060 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storages, 2GB of SD card running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The high-end model will be at 55-inches while a 42-inch variant will also be available.

Lenovo says it will initially release the Android TV in China with no work as to when it will ship it to the rest of the world.

Along with the K91, Lenovo also announced its 2nd-generation IdeaTab S2 with 20 hours of battery life.



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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10 Responses

  1. bern says:

    smartTV is the future of Television, appliances embedded with OS are coming! Soon the 4k resolution for big screen!

  2. sylv3rblade says:

    2GB of SD card?

  3. Hard to fit that TV in your pocket though

  4. lawrence says:

    The experience won’t be very androidish if the navigation of the UI will be through a remote control..if it’s given that the screen is not touch-enabled.

    I also wonder how the current apps will look like with the giant resolution.

  5. mel galima says:

    i’m thinking that they will release a touch remote controller with on screen marker… tv games! lol

  6. Iyan Sommerset says:

    I hope the remote control properly replicates a touch experience with little lag/delay. Something along the lines of a WiiMote or two-WiiMotes linked to each other for multi-touch functions.

  7. I’m sure the price for this smart TV will be high. Samsung will most probably release a newer Smart TV this year.

    How about a 55″ touchscreen smart TV? hehehe

  8. jason says:

    What’s next? ThinkTV? LOL!

  9. That’s was great new to Lenovo come into the market and surprised us by announcing the very first Android 4.0 ICS powered LED TV at CES 2012

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