CES 2010 – Lenovo presents LePhone Android

I already knew that Lenovo is one of Google partners about achieving running Android handsets and here are the first results of this collaboration. It is LePhone smartphone, the picture below, perhaps the original terminal Android so far:


CES 2010 – Lenovo presents LePhone Android

Strengths of this product are: unusual design, interface based on Widgets, created by Lenovo and obviously the OS’s from Google. In what concerns the list of specifications, Lenovo LePhone comes with a display of 3.7-inch WVGA OLED touch after his Nexus One model, but with GPS, a Snapdragon processor, Android 2.0 and dedicated music keys.

CES 2010 – Lenovo presents LePhone Android

CES 2010 – Lenovo presents LePhone Android

The handset supports WiFi, Bluetooth and uses a connector on the left side to attach an external physical keyboard as optional accessory. A very original and unusual design could ensure the success of LePhone that will be released in another country than China, the first sales market for this phone.

CES 2010 – Lenovo presents LePhone Android

Source: IntoMobile

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