Lenovo launches LePhone Android smartphone at CES
I just got back to my hotel in Las Vegas after sitting in at the official launch event for Lenovo’s LePhone, its new Android powered smartphone for the Chinese market.
It’s quite a good looking device, and features a beautiful 3.7-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display in a body that is 60mm wide and only 12mm thick. It has no buttons at all, but makes use of a Palm Pre-like gesture area under the display. The LePhone also features a task manager that looks just like the one Palm’s webOS uses, a card view of running applications.
The device looks pretty good, and I’m rendering a video demo of it as I write this, so check back later for nice video footage of the device in action. For now, head over to MobileBurn.com to find a few more details on the LePhone.
Gallery after the jump.