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.
After it was introduced in the middle of last year, the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 finally went on sale in the U.S. in November. Now, AT&T has added Lenovo’s 7-inch budget offering to its tablet lineup.
While Intel started out slowly in the Android world, powering only entry-level devices during 2012, we suspected that one of these days the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker will be looking to step things up.
Lenovo, which has just introduced its Intel-powered 5.5-inch phablet, the IdeaPhone K900, is looking the challenge the Galaxy Note 2. Allow us to walk you through the specs and features of both devices in this latest edition of VS.
Lenovo has announced five new Android smartphones meant for the local Chinese market. They’re decent, but certainly not worth going gaga over. Bring us the K900 already!
All Lenovo Idea (consumer-focused) laptops will ship with the Bluestacks App Player, giving consumers the ability the run over 750,000 Android apps on their laptops.