Lenovo’s big and beautiful K900 is finally going to make its debut on May 6. We first saw the large phablet-sized devices during the Consumer Electronics Show in January but Lenovo had been mum on a potential release date. AndroidCentral learned that the phone will launch in China and will likely only hit markets in Asia.
We fell in love with the K900 when we first saw it. The phone is equipped with a huge 5.5-inch screen with a full HD resolution and measures just 6.9mm thin. It also packs a 13-megapixel camera, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (at least that’s what it was running at the time) and a dual-core Intel Atom processor clocked at 2GHz.
Lenovo did not say how much the phone will cost, but since we’ve never seen a Lenovo smartphone launch in the U.S. we’re guessing we won’t spot a K900 on carrier shelves here anytime soon.