Another place where we could see a problem is with the 2250mAh battery which will have to power up the rather large screen. A larger capacity cell might have been better suited for the task. Did we mention the 16GB of native storage that can be expanded using the microSD slot? And the phone has back and front-facing cameras of 8MP and 2MP respectively. One place where we have to give kudos to Lenovo is with its decision to go with Android 4.2 out of the box.
The Lenovo S920 is expected to launch in China on April 8th for the equivalent of $350 USD, which is not bad considering that this is an off-contract price. With all of the features that the Samsung GALAXY Note II offers, we wouldn't call this a replacement for that phablet, but for those in China, it seems like a decent value for the price.
source: UnwiredView via AndroidCommunity