The first press images of Lenovo’s upcoming ambitious smartphone X910, codenamed K6, has surfaced online today. A Chinese website, Leiphone, has posted the images of the Lenovo X910 handset running 2.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset and Android mobile operating system with a custom layer of interface from Lenovo.

Purported image of Lenovo X910

Purported image of Lenovo X910

Purported image of Lenovo X910

Purported image of Lenovo X910

The images of the Lenovo 910 suggest that it’s going to be a high-end smartphone having slim look and a 5-inch or larger display with 1080p resolution. The image also reveals the presence of stainless steel like rim that forms lower part of the phone at the back side.

Purported image of Lenovo X910

Purported image of Lenovo X910

The images also show the Dual-SIM set up with a SIM tray, and also status bar of the device, indicating that the phone will be primarily targeted at China region.

Purported image of Lenovo X910

Purported image of Lenovo X910

There is still no word on its other specification such as RAM, on-board memory and camera features, but considering the quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor in the phone, it is expected to include at least 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB internal memory on-board.

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