A new report from WSJ claims Lenovo is preparing to launch a new smartphone brand that will operate exclusively through online sales.
Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing has revealed that the company is planning to launch tablets under the recently acquired Motorola brand name.
Another busy week in the world of Android: our Nexus fever reached new highs thanks to new reports about Google’s upcoming devices, Samsung shared some bad news, Motorola’s Droid Turbo stopped being a secret, HTC launched its selfie-focused Desire Eye and RE Camera, Lenovo surprised us with its quirky new Yoga tablets, and Google released big updates to several of its Android apps.
We take a look at the successors to the Yoga Tablet series. We go hands-on, and give you our first impressions about the Lenovo Yoga Tablet series!
Looks like Lenovo put “product engineer” Ashton Kutcher to good work. The company just unveiled the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro tablet and, it’s… something else.
Lenovo has announced three new Yoga tablets powered by Android, an 8-inch, 10.1-inch and 13-inch model. The latter of which even includes a built-in projector.
Android is by far the most popular mobile platform in the world so everything should be rosy right? We take a look at the growth of China and India, the profitability of the OEMs, and the threats to Google’s dominance.
Amidst powerful computers, monitors and interesting laptops, Lenovo has taken some time to give Android fans some love. These phones are a bit odd, though.
Lenovo has launched its new Intel powered 8 inch tablet, the TAB S8. The basic model with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage costs just $199.
Lenovo has seen substantial growth in its smartphone business over the past 12 months, led by demand from emerging markets and its home country of China.