Lenovo unveils K860i Android smartphone with beefier chipset

Lenovo logoLenovo is looking to update its K860 smartphone with the upcoming K860i, but the changes aren't what you'd call groundbreaking.

The K860i features double the RAM and internal storage of the original, at 2 GB and 16 GB, respectively. The quad-core Exynos has also been bumped up to 1.6 GHz, compared to the 1.4 GHz found in the original.

In terms of design, the K860i is identical to its predecessor, and sports the same 5-inch HD screen, 8MP camera coupled with 2MP front-facer, and 2250 mAh battery. Software updates don't factor into the picture either, as both devices will continue to run Android 4.0 ICS out of box.

Lenovo K860i

No word on pricing or availability of the new K860i yet, although it will most likely hit Chinese markets first.

Source: GSMArena

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