Lenovo just upgraded its Android phone lineup this week, by announcing the K860i model. This serves as a follow-up to the K860 smartphone, by doubling the RAM and internal storage of the original. Thus, we’re dealing with a handset that comes with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage.



Inside we’ve got a quad core Exynos CPU, that has been upped to 1.6 GHz, compared to the initial 1.4 GHz of the predecessor. Lenovo K860i has pretty much the same design as the initial model, sporting a 5 inch HD screen, an 8 megapixel camera with a 2 MP front shooter and a 2250 mAh battery. There’s sadly no software update, as both this model and the one before it run Android 4.0 ICS.

We have no idea regarding the price tag of this model, but what we do know is that it will hit China first. Lenovo K860i adopts a customized user interface, with that classic Lenovo square interface element, with 4 features available at all time, plus an interesting array of virtual Android buttons with unique pictograms. Not so fond of those, I have to tell you…

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