The newly announced Lenovo P90 is the latest Intel Atom powered Android device in Lenovo's lineup. The phone's specs and price place it in the mid-range segment, but the 4,000 mAh battery puts it in the same league as devices like the Motorola Droid Turbo and Samsung Galaxy Note 4. PhoneDog goes hands-on with the Lenovo P90 smartphone at CES 2015. What do you guys think of the device?
The Lenovo P90 was spotted at the CES 2015. This is a new device from Lenovo, which belongs in the mid to upper end of devices. It falls under the P series, which stands for power; and is the second Lenovo handset running on Intel Atom Processor. The P90 is powered by a Z3560 64-bit Quad-Core Intel Atom processor clocked at 1.8 GHz.
The phone also comes with a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS display. Its camera on the back has a 13MP resolution, optical image stabilization, autofocus, and dual LED flash. The front camera comes with 5MP and fixed focus. It is backed with 2GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage. With its 4000mAh battery allows the device to be used up to two days.
It will also have LTE, HSPA+ LTE with speeds up to 15 Mbps uploads and 150 Mbps downloads LTE advanced. While there are other Lenovo products that have dual SIM support, the P90 only has single SIM functionality. The device runs on Android 4.4 OS.
The hardware includes a soft-touch metalized coating on the back, which looks really nice. On the side are aluminum buttons with some texture on them. The bottom is where the micro USB connector can be found, while the 3.5mm headphone jack is on the top. On the back is an aluminum rim surrounding the camera lens.