We've never paid too much attention to Lenovo smartphones - the last major release to get our attention was the Intel Atom-based IdeaPhone K900 back at CES in January.
But considering Lenovo is now supposedly the fourth biggest smartphone maker on the planet in terms of shipments, maybe it's time that changed.
And what better place to start than with the Lenovo K6? Reportedly it's the Chinese firm's next Android flagship, and has just been spotted in the wild over in its home market.
Like all good Android flagships, the Lenovo K6 (which has also been referred to as the X910 and K910) is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset and comes with a full HD display, reportedly in the 5in range.
Given its geographic destination – well, initially at any case – dual-SIM support is a given, but that's about all we know for the time being.
So far Lenovo hasn't shown much inclination to launch its phones globally (hence our lack of attention in the past), but at some point that surely has to change.
It's the obvious next step considering the company already has the distribution channels in place for its laptops – in fact, just the other day we were speculating about a future Lenovo Windows Phone reaching a global audience through just those methods.
The question is, even if it is available, would anything other than a low price cause you to look twice at the Lenovo K6? Give us your thoughts in the Comments below.
Via Unwired View