Lenovo has just announced the third generation of LePhone handset in Chinese market. The new S880 is a 5-inch TFT touchscreen smartphone cum tablet running the latest Android OS. Like Samsung Galaxy Note, S880 is aimed at users who want one device in place of a tablet and smartphone. It is powered by MTK low-power single core CPU, screen resolution at 800 x 480-pixel, 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM. Other features include 5-megapixel rear AF camera along with a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera, built-in GPS, dual-SIM slot supports GSM and WCDMA, battery with 2250mAh capacity, 9.9mm (0.39 inches) thick and weighs 200 grams (0.44 pounds). More info and pictures after the break.
Lenovo is getting serious about the smartphone market, especially competing with Apple and Samsung in its home ground market. The China No.1 PC maker has decided to introduce their third generation LePhone handset this week. More details and photos after the break.
Looks like Lenovo is getting serious about the smartphone market, especially competing with Apple. The China No.1 PC company has decided to join the party once again with a new contender. The company introduces their new LePhone S2 device, and it has a lot to offer for the average consumer. The LePhone S2 is an Android smartphone and the most interesting part it has a built in voice recognition system, which perform operation task similar to Apple SIRI. The system is fully supported Chinese language, which Apple SIRI doesn’t understand at the moment. We have a full hands-on photo gallery and details info on the new device, with demo video on the voice recognition, check them out after the break.
We had caught some photos of a white lephone today, it is an Android phone, powered by 3.7-inch (800*480) touchscreen and 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, supports GPS and WiFi. See whether you like it in white or not.
Yeah, phones aren’t perfect, especially smartphones. Steve Jobs has showed us that some smartphones have the same attenuation and signal loss issue that the iPhone 4 has. He’s actually right about that. Apparently, the smartphones in the Chinese market are having reception problems, such as the Meizu M8 and Lenovo LePhone…
“Le” means happiness in Chinese and also is the first two characters of Lenovo. The old version of Lephone is called Ophone, this mobile had been mentioned in the previous post. And this time, the latest version of Lenovo’s mobile phone, Lephone becomes one of the smartphones that had been presented at CES 2010. The most interesting part of the Lephone is the built-in Android OS and the external keyboard which could join the mobile together as one piece. I got a video which had shown some more “Hands-on” of the Lephone to you, watch the video and check it out to see how it works. I dare to say most of us would love it.
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