Back at MWC, we covered news that Lenovo was planning three new budget-friendly tablets for launch later this year. One of these was the IdeaTab A1000, which has now hit the FCC as the Lenovo IdeaTab A1000-F.
Well, that was quick. It was only a couple of weeks ago that we first heard about the Lenovo S920, courtesy of unofficial sources, and now the 5.3-incher is official.
Companies like Sony, Lenovo, Huawei, and ZTE have placed orders with MediaTek for the company’s cost-effect quad-core MT6589 processor. Are low-cost 1080p quad-core smartphones from these manufacturers coming soon?
We’re pretty psyched about the IdeaPhone K900, the world’s fastest Intel-powered handheld to date, but that’s not all Lenovo has in store for us Android geeks. According to unconfirmed rumors, a mystery P780 smartphone is also in the works.
Lenovo has been hinting at being interested in BlackBerry. Would integrating or assimilating BlackBerry into Android be any good for the ecosystem?
According to an anonymous Lenovo source, the Intel-powered IdeaPhone K900, the company’s 5.5-inch full HD phone, might hit stores soon for $485.
After unveiling the high-end K900, Lenovo needs to think about consolidating its already impressive homeland smartphone sales. And what better way to do that than through a stylish supersized mid-ranger with a friendly price point?
The Clover Trail+ equipped Lenovo K900 has made an appearance at MWC, and we were curious to see how Intel’s dual-core chip is doing in the benchmarks.
Lenovo kicked off its MWC 2013 campaign by showcasing three budget-friendly Android tablets, the Lenovo A1000, A3000, and S6000. Would you pick these tablets over the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10?
Did you enjoy yesterday’s Intel demo of the new Lenovo IdeaPhone K900? You did? Well, then you’re probably going to want to hear today’s report too.