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It looks like a new Android-based tablet enters the market each week, and they may all seem to look the same on the outside. Recently though, we have had a lot of very interesting new entrants, as seen... by a comparison between our two current pugilists, the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer and the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. What sets them apart from other tablets is that both of them come with an optional dock acc...

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Recently, there have been unconfirmed reports about Lenovo’s plans to release a tablet with Android 3.0 Honeycomb on board. Based on information (apparently divulged) from a presentation by Lenovo,... they are ready to release a ThinkPad-branded tablet with specs that put it among the best Honeycomb tablets yet.  This particular Android tablet is supposed to feature a 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 IPS capa...

Lenovo Android Tablet

So if you live in China you might find the title of this post a little misleading because the plan’s afoot for a Chinese release sometime soon.... However, Big-L have apparently stated that they will not release an Android tablet in the US until Android 3.x aka Honeycomb. According to Techradar, Honeycomb is not due until Q1 2011. What is a little s...

Lenovo announce LePad

Liu Jun, senior vice president and president at Lenovo’s Consumer Business Group, recently announced that the company would continue their... ‘Le’ brand and follow up on the LePhone with the LePad. The LePad is set to compete with the iPad and is confirmed by the company.

Lenovo are reported as saying that they want to &...

Wow, what a rough day yesterday was.  Had really hoped to get this video up much sooner than this, but the CES gods must not have been pleased with me.  In any case, here’s Lenovo’s slick... looking LePhone, an Android based device for the Chinese market.  The user interface is really slick, but you’ll see a lot of things that are most obviously “borrowed” from other smart...

Lenovo LePhone

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 bu...

The folks over at Silicon.com got a first hand look at the latest and greatest technology that Qualcomm has to offer. Of interest to the Android lovers amongst us is an upcoming lineup of smartbooks... powered by Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon processor. The smartbook is a new category of devices that combine the form factor of a netbook with the streamlined OS and always-on connectivity of a smar...

The Lenovo OPhone has been announced to be released sometime next month through China Mobile.  The device runs a customized skin over top of Android that appears to take some of its look and... feel from the iPhone.

The device will sport the Chinese TD-SCDMA 3G standard that has grown slowly as a result of slow adoption.

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So we’ve been following Lenovo and their OPhone with a mixture of curiosity and a healthy dose of scepticism. We showed pictures of the device side-by-side with Apple’s iPhone back in December,... something anyone would have done given the close similarities in name. But we all know the similarities do not stop there. The OPhone’s build also looks particularly similar to the iPhone, and we w...

More pictures of the Ophone have surfaced over at the iloveophone by Sina Blog. This time, however, we can finally see what the Ophone looks like relative to its inspiration; the iPhone and... iPhone 3G.

In short, it is slightly bigger (1mm), but not enough to notice even when holding them in your own hands. The Ophone is reputed to come with a better spec sheet, including what the...