The world’s biggest technology companies engaging in technological, marketing, and patent warfare. But which manufacturer deserves our acclaim, our respect, and the hard earned dollars of consumers worldwide?
For the first time ever, Lenovo’s combined sales of smartphones and tablets surpassed PCs. This helped make it the world’s 4th largest smartphone supplier and the fastest growing among the top five vendors.
Political tensions between China and Taiwan mean that a possible merger between HTC and Huawei or Lenovo could be difficult. Could a suitor be found elsewhere?
Lenovo has launched three new budget friendly tablets, the A1000 and A3000 being 7-inch tablets, with the quad-core S6000 offering 10-inches of screen space.
Seeking to maximize returns from R&D and marketing, Lenovo and Huawei will follow Samsung’s and HTC’s lead in releasing “Mini edition” phones in the next months.
More 8-inch tablets are on the way, as Asus, Acer, Dell and Lenovo are said to attack this market sector in the third quarter of this year. Android users will soon have more alternatives to the iPad Mini.
This week in India, Lenovo introduces 6 smartphones to the market, the Micromax A116 Canvas HD gets an update to Android 4.2, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is Rs 10,000 cheaper.
The Lenovo IdeaTab A1000 and A3000, both unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2013, are now available to buy. Find out all the details in the rest of the article.
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?