Lenovo K800 Review
The Lenovo K800 is definitely an intriguing smartphone. For starter, it does feel rather bulky with its thick and wide design. The phone comes with a 4.5” TFT 720p display, which is only 0.1” smaller that the Xperia S. The K800 is running Gingerbread (Android 2.3) but Lenovo decides to add a rather thick overlay on top of it, making the phone nearly unrecognizable to average Android users. For example, there’s a circular graphic option interface that can be used to power up the phone.
The 1.6Ghz Medfield single-core processor use by the K800 makes the overall performance level feels zippy. You should manage to run a selection of demanding apps while using the 8Mp camera with no stutter at all. The dual LED flash on the back ensures moderately bright images snapped in dim environment and it is also capable of recording 1080p videos fluently. Unfortunately, the phone doesn’t come with 4G (LTE) support, but its still has the likes of HDMI port and NFC.