The Lenovo OPhone has been spotted around already. Reports have been around since December.

The OPhone operates with OMS or Open Mobile System which is a fork of Android. The device has a 5MP cam with auto-focus and flash, WiFi, microSD slot, TD-SCDMA (the standard in China for 3G). The phone also has CMMB (China’s TV streaming standard).

The more recent images clearly show off the China Mobile branding. There is limited information and specific price  details available at the moment. Suggestions list the phone to follow the launch of Dopod G2 which also runs OMS.

[via EngadgetMobile]