Nowadays people turn to smartphones to help them get some aid on their work – specifically on checking emails and other job-related stuff. That’s what makes android phones appealing, as they continue to provide the needs even on the go as long as you have an internet connection, without needing a computer.
Lenovo just announced an affordable quad-core android phone to compete with other China android makers. It’s not a very compelling handset though, but the low price is just right for its features. Check out the rest of its features below.
If you’re looking for a slim and powerful notebook but don’t want to splurge on an Ultrabook, the Lenovo IdeaPad 14-inch Z400 and 15.6 inch Z500 might be perfect for you. They’re 25% slimmer when compared to your typical notebook, but compromise on none of the performance.
Apple and Samsung have been at it for a while, dominating the number #1 and #2 spots when it comes to mobile devices in many markets across the globe. But does anyone know who #3 is? According to IDC, an industry research firm, the #3 spot belongs to Lenovo, which is a bit ironic considering Lenovo is more known for being a player in the PC market than they are in mobile.
Lenovo K900 is a very powerful smartphone, but this time, we will not be hearing the same old Qualcomm and Nvidia branded processors. Instead, this device will be the first one to sport the all new Intel Clover Trail+ processor. Interesting, isn’t it?
Lenovo’s really on a roll right now. After unveiling the upgraded Lenovo P700i, they now revealed the pricing of Lenovo K860 in the Philippines. And guess what, it’s just below the 20k barrier at Php19,999! Quad-cores usually costs above 25k but Lenovo took the step to edge out their competition by offering more affordable products.
Wow, that was extremely fast! An upgrade of the Lenovo P700 was already made by Lenovo Mobile and it’s now a dual-core android phone called as Lenovo P700i. The P700 was a very big success so that’s why Lenovo didn’t waste any time to dive into the plunge to take a better hold of the mid-range battle.
Lenovo launched two new IdeaPads dubbed as Lenovo IdeaPad S300 and Lenovo IdeaPad S400. The two laptops were incredibly thin as they measure less than an inch thick at 21.9mm and it weighs for only 1.8kgs. These new laptops were made to bridge the gap between a netbook and a laptop but with a lower cost even though there are noticeable upgrades.
Lenovo’s got a new smartphone that’s quite big. Meet Lenovo S880, the latest offering of Lenovo Mobile in the Philippines. If you don’t want to settle on the Lenovo P700, then you might want to check this huge device. This might be your best bet if you don’t want to buy an expensive phablet like the Samsung Galaxy Note. However, its specifications are not that great.
After Lenovo’s recent announcement of Lenovo K860, a quad-core powered phablet handset, comes another one through Lenovo A660. However, this smartphone is somehow similar to Sony Xperia Go because it is also waterproof and dustproof. Needless to say, another treat for the travelers and people who loves adventures so that they can carry around a sturdy android phone.
Another Windows 8 tablet was born through Lenovo’s ThinkPad tablet 2. Although android is clearly leading race in the mobile operating system battle, there’s no one stopping Microsoft to get back and regroup to have a fair chance of tasting the lead. With the help of Lenovo, they released their first shot at Android and iOS. Interestingly, this tablet may even be a competitor of Microsoft’s very own Windows Surface Tablets.
Lenovo Mobile Philippines gives a new flavor to their android smartphone line up in the Philippines with the emergence of Lenovo P700. Before this, Lenovo also presented the Lenovo A65 and A60 in which both of the devices had a good start in the very compelling smartphone market. Now, they managed to release a mid-range level dual-SIM android phone.