Lenovo launched its LePhone mobile phone on the Chinese market, the company’s handset powered by Google’s Android operating system. The Chinese computer maker is aiming at expanding its reach to the mobile Internet services area, and the launch of LePhone is one step the company makes in this direction.
The device is an Android 2.1 powered smartphone that offers a large AMOLED display. Lenovo’s chief operating officer, Rory Read, told The Wall Street Journal that Lenovo plans to target both enterprise and consumer customers and hopes to sell millions of phones during the next five years and “tens of millions,” thereafter.
Another interesting thing to note is that Lenovo is calling the OS LEOS, which could stand for simply “Lenovo OS.”
Check out Lenovo LePhone Hands-On video,
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