The white-box tablet market has been chugging along quite nicely, with unit sales expected to hit the 40 million mark by the end of 2012. And there is still absolutely no involvement from big-name companies at all. However, all of this is about to change if a new report from the Taiwanese at DigiTimes is to be believed.
Baidu Cloud-powered Lenovo A586 is official, coming December 10 with Voice Unlock for $160
The A586, also known as LePhone A586, is the first fruit of the Baidu-Lenovo partnership and it’s ready to go on sale starting next Monday, on December 10. This is not the first time we’re hearing about the phone, but we now know much more info than last week.
While companies are busy trying to patent face unlock technology, it seems that it may soon be left behind. What's the cool new way to unlock your phone? Voice unlock, of course, and the Lenovo A586 is bringing it to China later this month.
Lenovo P770 launched in China, takes aim at the RAZR MAXX HD
Phone battery life is becoming a more prominent feature when it comes to customers choosing a new phone. While it’s nice to have a quad-core super phone with 12 mega-pixel camera, what’s the use if you're out of juice by lunchtime?
Google’s Nexus 7, Amazon’s Kindle Fire(s) and Apple’s iPad mini have taken the dull and monotonous 7-inch tablet fight from the past few years and have transformed it into a high-stakes take no prisoners kind of war.
Earlier today we read a South Korean report that detailed a soon-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy handset, the Galaxy Grand, and now it’s time to look at a Chinese article that details an unknown Lenovo Android handset.
Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 tablet now shipping for those in the US
The Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 tablet is now available in the US. The tablet can be found with a few retailers, is priced at $150 and brings features to include a 7-inch display, 8GB of storage and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Meet the (leaked) Lenovo P770, the first smartphone with a 3,500 mAh battery
If there’s one area we haven’t seen enough innovation and development in, that’s definitely battery life, with the battle being more or less left at Motorola’s discretion. The Razr Maxx and Maxx HD, with their 3,300 mAh batteries, are the clear leaders in the autonomy department, but they still feel like they can be pushed further forward.
A while ago, we reviewed the Lenovo IdeaTab S2110, which was more or less Lenovo's answer to the Asus Transformer series. Now, we're taking a look at the Lenovo IdeaTab A2109, which seems to be their answer to the Nexus 7, but with a larger 9-inch screen. Is the similarly spec'd Lenovo IdeaTab A2109 a solid alternative to Google's Nexus 7, or is it too little too late?
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