Here’s what you can expect from MWC 2015, in terms of new devices, potential announcements, and coverage from Android Authority.
Lenovo is rumored to release a sixth handset at MWC 2015, the Vibe Max. It will reportedly feature a 6-inch Quad HD display, a fingerprint sensor and a stylus.
Looks like Lenovo has big plans for MWC next month. Reportedly the phones that could be heading our way are the Vibe Shot, Vibe X3, P1, P1 Pro and Vibe S1.
The Lenovo P70 launched in China today, featuring mid-range specifications and a huge 4,000 mAh battery, that claims to provide 30.5 days of standby time on 4G.
Lenovo announced results for the first quarter with Motorola in the house, and everything seems to be going according to plan so far.
Apple and Samsung both shipped around 74 million smartphones last quarter, but Lenovo, Huawei and Xiaomi are demonstrating the fastest rates of growth.
A recently released report by TrendForce shows that not only is the global smartphone market increasing, but so too is the dominance of Chinese OEMs.
We take a look at some of the brands on the rise from CES 2015 and what they’re doing to get ahead in Android. Step inside for a close up of Alcatel, BLU, Lenovo, ZTE, and others.
New devices, amazing technologies, lots of gadgets, some more useful than others. It was the week of CES, and, as always, it was a wild ride. The star of the show was LG’s curved G Flex 2, but a slew of other devices made their debut in Las Vegas. HTC brought the selfie-focused Desire 826, Lenovo launched several smartphones, ZTE had a nifty Android-powered projector, Sony introduced a new Smartwatch 3 model and a crazy expensive Android Walkman, Nvidia made a big fuss about its latest mobile chip, and, outside of CES, Samsung announced its newest mid-range smartphones. And that’s the biggest news – dozens of smaller companies announced everything from smart flower pots, to motorized belts, to self-driving vehicles.
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Motorola is finally returning to the Chinese market after their big acquisition by Lenovo. Along with the Moto X and LTE-capable Moto G, Motorola is bringing the Moto X Pro, which is basically a Nexus 6 without the logo.