With a display size of just 6 inches, Lenovo's K920 could be considered either a monster of a phone or a very diminutive tablet. Packing in a QHD screen, the same display resolution that is debuting on LG G3's 5.5-inch smartphone, the device is stylishly compact with slim bezels and a metal body with little, if any, compromises.
The K920 is the ultimate convergence device as it also packs in dual SIM cards so you can use it as a phone. A 16-megapixel rear camera and front-facing 5-megapixel selfie cam make it a good photography companion given the big, high resolution screen will make it fun to show off photos.
The K920 packs in 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage to power Android 4.4 on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 801 processor, the same chip that is inside many of today's hottest devices like the HTC One M8 and the Samsung Galaxy S5.
It's unclear if Lenovo will bring this high-powered phablet to the U.S. market. The company is still in the process of acquiring Motorola Mobility's hardware business from Google.
Given that the Galaxy Note 3 is among the most popular phablets in the world today, would you consider Lenovo's K920 over Samsung's rumored Galaxy Note 4 this fall?