The Lenovo K900 is a big phone, yes, but it's a designy big phone. It's handsome, skinny, and slick like the finest smartphones ever made. We never thought we would be into a 5.5-inch phone until the K900's brushed metal back landed in our hands.
That Lenovo K800 phone, just announced at Intel's CES keynote and running off of the company's 32-nanometer mobile 1.6GHz Medfield chip? It's here. I played with it. It's... okay?jump]
Sony Ericsson's pumping up their upcoming Sony Picture's James Bond flick, Casino Royale, with some limited edition James Bond phones. Despite the fact that these K800s and K790s are old hat and James Bond should be using top-of-the-line gear (Q needs to read Gizmodo more!), they are pretty nice handsets and work on…
Amateur pornographer and part-time cellphone enthusiast Bengalboy has coaxed someone into giving him a Sony Ericsson K790 to play with. We last saw this at CeBIT where it was still called the K800.
The K800 is a 3.2-megapixel Cybershot phone that has a Best Picture feature which takes 9 pictures in a second—four pictures before you press the button, one main picture, and four pictures after you click. You then pick out the "best" picture in this mess and save that one. Interesting.