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Lenovo P90 Lollipop phone is the first to rock Intel’s 64-bit chips

Unsatisfied with taking over the reins at Motorola, Lenovo has launched two new smartphones under its own branding today, with one boasting some quite newsworthy tech on the inside.

The new Lenovo L90, unveiled at CES 2015 on Monday, is the first handset to board the 64-bit Intel Atom mobile processor; a quad-core SoC clocked at 1.8GHz. The impressive-sounding smartphone will also feature a full HD 5.5-inch display with a pixel density of 400ppi.

Running on Android 5.0 Lollipop, the device will support LTE advanced enabling download speeds of up to 150Mpbs and will feature a whopping 4000mAh battery pack offering two days of service.

There’s also a 13-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilisation and a ‘state of the art stacking sensor’ according to Lenovo, bringing better low-light snaps. On the face of the device there’s a 5-megapixel selfie cam with what the firm is calling ‘beautification features’ and gesture controls.

Unfortunately, the P90 won’t be available outside of Asia, which is unsurprising given Lenovo already has a great footing in the US and Europe thanks to the ever-growing relevance of Motorola in the Android market.

Read more: Lenovo Yoga 3 revealed at CES 2015

Another handset destined never to leave the Far East is the Vibe X2 Pro Limited Edition, also announced by Lenovo on Monday. This handset rocks a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core processor, 5.3-inch FHD display, 13-megapixel cameras on the front and rear of the device, both with an LED flash.

The phones were part of a raft of announcements from Lenovo on the opening day of CES 2015. The firm announced a VIBE V10 smartwatch/fitness wristband, a smartphone flash for selfie lovers and most importantly, the Lenovo Yoga 3 hybrid device.

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