Samsung has maintained its position as the most popular smartphone brand in China, selling over 12 million handsets in the first quarter of this year. Meanwhile, Apple languishes in sixth place.
Based on comments made by Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing in a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, there are plans to market Lenovo-branded smartphones with Android in the US some time in the next 12 months. Would that be enough to convince you to buy some?
Back at CES 2013 Lenovo unveiled the impressive Lenovo K900, an Intel Clover Trail-powered smartphone that packed plenty of power under the hood. Now its late April and the K900 finally has an official release date of May 6th.
According to data collected by DRAMeXchange, Samsung is leading the field yet again with a 30% share of the smartphone market in the first quarter of this year. Apple and other manufacturers are failing to keep pace.
The Lenovo S6000 is likely to be a budget-friendly 10.2-inch device powered by a quad-core MediaTek processor. The tablet is currently under FCC review.
A new report suggests that 8-inch tablets could be the next big hit in the mobile world this year.
According to Dilip Bhatia, Lenovo’s VP and General Manager of the ThinkPad business unit, a Think-branded smartphone might be in the cards for Lenovo.
The Intel-based Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 can go toe to toe with the Galaxy S4 (Snapdragon 600 version) when it comes to overall performance, benchmark tests reveal.
Lenovo is reportedly creating its own chip design division, that will focus on creating systems on a chip for mobile devices. One on of the reasons behind the move is the strained relationship with Samsung.
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.