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February 25, 2013, 1:12 pm

It's also taller than the Note II.

Ethan Beck

February 28, 2013, 9:48 am

I like it a lot. I love the "industrial" feel to the styling. It's maybe not going to appeal to everyone, but this is the handset I want more than any of the others which are appearing now or are imminent such as the Xperia Z, Galaxy S4 or HTC


February 28, 2013, 12:36 pm

How sure are you that there will be problems with app compatibility? Surely Qualcomm and Exynos powered devices manage to work? Are they both ARM based? I guess I need to do some research. IF they can get around any app issues then I really like this phone. I was a big Thinkpad fan mainly because of their build quality so if the K900 matches it'll be on my wish list (assuming it gets released in the UK and get Root)

Sonny Koo

March 28, 2013, 9:05 am

yeah no more boring design for smart phone ,,,,,,, this is the phone i want

Leonardo Rojas

November 19, 2013, 8:43 am

Hey! There's almost no problem with "app comatibility".
Did you get the device in the end?
I've heard Lenovo is going to release it in my contry (finally), Peru. And I became interested again n.n
I currently have the Xperia ZL ad it's quite enough for anything... But the desing of the K900 is so good... Would you trade the ZL for the k900?
Just want some opinions and know if you got the device.
- L.

Geoffrey Jackson

August 20, 2014, 5:02 pm

Oh dear...

There are a lot of dodgy K900s around the world, and your suppliers either certainly saw you coming, or their suppliers saw them coming, and so on. Mine is a little gem, and my previous phones have been mostly Samsungs.

Most reviewers seems to miss that the K900 corresponds to a very specific set of criteria. Anyone who bought one because they just wanted to be different and have something their mates would drool over should have chosen another of the exotic Chinese products. I wanted a utilitarian, robust unit that would spend most of its life on stand-by but really get a move on when I used it. I certainly do not spend hours on end on any phone conversation, because I don't know anyone vacuous enough to put up with me if I did.

But a friend in the USA liked her K900 so much she sent me one. The cue is on the back of the casing "intel inside", meaning raw power at the expense of user comfort and battery life. It does get "a bit 'ot", not a problem for anyone I know, and the battery will not provide a full day of music, but I don't know anyone who makes phone calls on their hi-fi, so... We all have lives.

Problems? None really since, since I have a stack of UK and Europe friendly chargers, and there was no sign of that odd interface with which you have allowed yourselves to be lumbered. I have even up-graded to KitKat without really getting a serious improvement. If "up-grades" were "improvements" that is what they would be called. A K910? Unlikely. Why bother? The K900 puts up with life in a tool-case better than any other mobile I have ever used, and that is vital.

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