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.
Lenovo’s IdeaPhone K900 might have not been the shiniest star of last month’s CES (darn that Xperia Z), but it was definitely in the top 3.
Barcelona’s MWC 2013 is to take place between February 25 and 28, and, based on preceding rumors and leaks, this is what we expect to see on stage.
It’s been a long time since we’ve last had doubts about the dominating platform of the global smartphone market, with Android ruling quite comfortably across the world.
Despite Samsung’s continued and seemingly untouchable reign at the top of the Android food chain, other manufacturers are strengthening their positions in the market, with many even making a financial comeback.
Lenovo and RIM have denied any formal discussion on a possible merger, acquisition or partnership, saying its CFO’s statements may have been misquoted. But what’s so interesting with a combined Lenovo and BlackBerry?
Lenovo is considering a partnership with RIM or an acquisition of its BlackBerry business, which might help strengthen its position in the enterprise market.
Rumor has it that Lenovo is going to launch an Android powered laptop with a detachable screen during the first half of 2013. It might be Intel powered, though that’s not yet known.