we are seeing two emerging trends in the smartphone market: one, they are definitely growing in physical size and two, cheap plastics are pretty much considered passe now (so Sammy, watch your back). recent examples would be the Google Nexus 4 by LG with its glass construction with relatively large display and even more recently, the Sony Xperia Z that sports ‘premium materials’. the latest to join the built-to-please, huge display smartphone market is the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 Smartphone, a 5.5-inch class flagship smartphone from the Chinese maker that was announced the recently concluded CES. running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the handset’s crunching power is delivered by a new 2GHz dual-core Intel Atom processor (a refreshing change, perhaps?). other noteworthy, or should we say, drool-worthy features include a glorious 5.5-inch HD 1080p IPS display that packs 400ppi, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, a 13.0-megapixel Sony Exmor BSI rear shooter with F1.8 lens and a 88-degree wide-angled front-facing camera. amazingly, Lenovo managed to pack in these goodies into a super sleek 6.9mm slim chassis crafted from stainless steel alloy with bits of polycarbonate elements in a unibody construction that speaks every word of industrial design. so if you are in the market for an Android handset that begs to be admired, the K900 might just be the rightful candidate. the Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 Smartphone is set to be available in the China market, followed by select regional markets with a yet-to-be-announced pricing. check out a Bourne-like teaser video after the break.