The Lenovo K860 started it's life in the world of mobile leaks branded as LePhone (a moniker the Chinese company has extensively used before to designate its devices), but then we heard it may get launched as the IdeaPhone K860 (so a similar brand to the IdeaPad / IdeaTab that the company uses for tablets and laptops). That still may be its final name, although it could also go by Music Phone K860.
Chinese computer manufacturing giant Lenovo has officially announced the upcoming LePhone K860, which features a quad-core processor. However, the company was silent on the availability and pricing of the device.
We heard in the newspaper that smartphone will have a 5-inch touchscreen that can play HD videos and will be powered by the quad-core Exynos 4412 processor, which is also used in the Samsung Galaxy S III. Lenovo LePhone K860 will run on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and have 1GB RAM, 2,250mAh battery, and 8MP camera which can capture videos at 1080p.
Anyway, the high-end K860 is going to cost 2,188 yuan in China. That amounts to $345 and is slightly less than the 2,199 yuan that was rumored.