Lenovo’s latest Intel powered K900 IdeaPhone is being rumored to hit the stores in China starting from April 17th for $485.

IdeaPhone was earlier spotted at CES and MWC this year, but the company highlighted no details about its pricing as well as public availability during the events. A fresh leak from Lenovo’s anonymous source has revealed that the IdeaPhone will go on sale in China with a price tag of $485, which is $150 less than its earlier expected price. It is anticipated that this price cut will certainly image K900 IdeaPhone as an appealing choice among the buyers.

The 1080p stainless steel smartphone is expected to feature a 5.5-inch IPS display along with the pixel resolution of 1920×1080. Inside, it will sport a dual-core 2.0 GHz Intel Atom Z5280 processor, a 2GB of on board RAM and a 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded via MicroSD card.

IdeaPhone will have a 13-megapixel camera with Sony BSI sensor at the back and a 2-megapixel camera at the front. Both the cameras are capable of capturing the moments of life in good quality.

The smartphone is 6.9mm thin and will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. On the connectivity front, it will also incorporate support for NFC.

Unfortunately, there is still no official update about the pricing as well as availability of the smartphone in China. However, there have been claims from the internal sources of Lenovo that the carriers in China will start selling the K900 smartphone from the upcoming April 17th, but the company has not yet commented on this matter.

It is predicted that Lenovo is all set to launch its IdeaPhone in China and subsequently in the rest of the world, and will also confirm the actual dates & prices soon.