Lenovo at their press event at CES introduced two nifty smartphone and a new wearable, which is represents the company’s foray into an uncharted territory. Lenovo is an international brand known for its laptops, tablets and smartphones. The company to this point does not have active presence in the US, but outside of it enjoys the reputation of being a good brand. Lenovo unveiled two smartphones, the Vibe X2 Pro and P90. As mentioned before that even though Lenovo is a good brand, it is not very well known for its smartphones, CES for them was an opportunity to show their products at an international platform, tech experts liked the company’s product line up and appreciated the developments and improvements in the devices.
Lenovo P90 is one of the smartphones unveiled at CES, this smartphone got more brownie points from tech experts than Vibe X2 Pro, let’s see why. The smartphone sports a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 IPS display, a 13-megapixel main and 5-megapixel front camera. The main camera features an LED flash and optical image stabilization. Lenovo P90 is powered by 1.8 GHz quad-core 64-bit Intel Atom processor. P90 is the first smartphone out with this chipset. The smartphone is equipped with a 2 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The P90 is powered by a 4000mAh battery and supports LTE-Advance connectivity. The smartphone will be available in three colors: red, white and black.
Lenovo with this smartphone is targeting the business community and people who use their smartphones a lot but hate the battery woes it comes with. Its predecessor Lenovo P70 unveiled a few weeks ago also focuses on providing value and like P90 packs a powerful battery and power saving technology. The 4000mAh battery power can last up to two days of hard work as Lenovo claims. The smartphone retails at $499 and will be available for purchase in March or April.
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