Lenovo is definitely not done in its campaign to leave its mark in the worldwide Android smartphone market. For its next stop, the manufacturer will be unleashing a number of low-cost smartphones from its A series in India.
Lenovo isn't a brand you'd immediately associate with Android smartphones, but the company definitely wants to change that perception. It has just recently announced the Vibe Z K910 phablet in China that, as far as specs are concerned, rivals most smartphones of this generation.
Lenovo announced the S5000 tablet and the Vibe X smartphone during IFA. We recently shared some hands-on images with the Vibe X and now we have some for the S5000. The Lenovo S5000 is a 7-inch Android tablet, and given the size, it seems only natural to have it sitting as competition for the Nexus 7. Of course, while we have some specs for the S5000, we have yet to see the other important aspect -- the price.
Lenovo has had a few Android device announcements during IFA, one of which is the Vibe X. This is a 5-inch smartphone that has a 1080p display and is powered by a quad-core MediaTek processor. The Vibe X will be arriving as the next flagship for Lenovo and it brings a bit of focus on the cameras -- which includes a 5 megapixel on the front and a 13 megapixel on the back.
This week at IFA the PC and laptop giant Lenovo has introduced another smartphone for the Chinese markets. It's called the Lenovo Vibe X and this time around we won't be sporting an Intel processor. With a MediaTek quad-core, 5-inch display, and two top-tier cameras on board Lenovo is hoping this can get their foot higher in the mobile race.
It's no secret that all Android tablet manufacturers will be aiming for the new Nexus 7. Most will fail, and today Lenovo has just announced their newest tablet to take on the 7-inch Google slate. It's called the Lenovo S5000 and while it will likely undercut the N7 in price, it doesn't quite have the same level of top-tier specs. Lets take a look below.
Lenovo has just posted its first quarter earning and the numbers are quite telling. Not only did it beat profit forecasts, it has also given more evidence of a declining PC business as smartphones and tablets become more ubiquitous and user friendly.
It seems that Lenovo is ready to get serious with its smartphone thrust if this latest leak is to be believed. The manufacturer, more known for its laptop business, will supposedly be switching to Qualcomm to power its next rumored smartphone, the Lenovo K910.
The latest IDC report has been published and this time around they are talking tablets. The report covers the second quarter of 2013 and while it is showing Apple as sitting on top with a 32.4 percent share of the tablet market, this same report is also showing Apple as dropping year-over-year. More to that point, this same report is showing big year-over-year growth for Samsung and Android as a whole.
Lenovo has the K900 smartphone which is sporting a 5.5-inch display and Intel processor, however it is looking like the K910 will be shifting from Intel. A recent benchmark leak pointed towards the Lenovo K910 as having a 2.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. And just to make mention, those benchmarks were showing results that were just shy of 30,000.