Lenovo actually unveiled two smartphones at the CES 2015, the first one is the Vibe X2 Pro and the second one is the P90. The main selling point of the P90, aside from LTE-Advanced support and the 64-bit Intel Atom Z3560 processor, is the massive 4,000mAh battery pack it houses.
The Lenovo P90 is the first smartphone to use the combination of 64-bit quad-core Intel Atom Z3560 processor and Intel 5-mode XMM 7262 modem, then paired with 2GB of RAM right out of the box this should provide pretty smooth and fast navigation experience. This also makes the device LTE-A supported which has a theoretical download speed of up to 150mbps.
Like many of the new smartphones today, the P90 is a big smartphone coming in with 5.5-inch Full HD Display. Currently it runs Android 4.4 Kitkat, hopefully Lenovo will release an Android Lollipop update since it uses a 64-bit SoC. Now the 4,000mAh battery, according to Lenovo should last up to 2 days on a single charge. That has to be put to the test to see if it can really last that long. But yes of course 4,000mAh is pretty big battery juice for a smartphone of today so that is already a big plus for the P90.
- 5.5" Full HD Display
- 1920x1080 resolution, 401ppi
- 1.8GHz Quad-core 65-bit Intel Atom Z3560 processor
- 2GB RAM
- 32GB internal storage
- 13MP rear camera with OIS
- 5MP front camera
- Android 4.4 Kitkat with VibeUI 2.0
- 3G, LTE, LTE-A
- WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS
- Pearl White, Onyx Black, and Lava Red
- 156 grams
- 4,000mAh Battery
Lenovo P90 will be rolled out starting this February for an undisclosed price of which I think will vary from market to market. We'll definitely know the pricing of the device once or before it hits the Philippine market.