Of lately, the Chinese titan Lenovo is making every effort to dethrone HP from being the world's biggest PC maker. But the company is eyeing other connected avenues as well. The latest proof is the alleged leak of two mysterious handsets hidden under some closet.
A new report from MyDriver suggests that the makers behind the Lenovo K900 are ready to experiment with two mid end- to-high end Android devices. One among them is stuffed with quad core processor and other most probably sizzle with dual core processor.
Earlier this year at CES 2013, Lenovo has come up with plethora of low-to-mid-to-high end Android run smartphones. Unlike Huawei and ZTE, Lenovo still has a long way to better compete with bigger player in the mobile industry.
Lenovo S920 - Your Next Affordable Quad Core Phone
As per the alleged leak, the Lenovo S920 will be fitted with a quad core MediaTek MT6589 processor, a 5.3-inch 720p HD display, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, dual SIM, and 2,250mAh battery. Going by the leaked images, the device will be crafted from cheap plastic, a rear camera (Unknown resolution) at the back with flash. This is much known at the moment in regards to the Lenovo S920.
Lenovo S820 - Paint Me Orange, I Support Dual Core Processor
Next in the line is ultra bright handset that primarily meant for working ladies. The device supports dual core processor and flaunts sleek look. Nothing can be said about the internal specifications of the Lenovo S820.
Lenovo K900 - Meet, Next Generation ‘Intel Atom' Smartphone
At this year's CES 2013, the Chinese brigade including Lenovo unveiled their flagship devices. One such device was the Lenovo K900. The device which is due to launch this year flaunts a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD display, 1.8GHz dual core Intel Atom Z2580 chipset , 2GB of RAM, expandable memory, a 13-mega pixel rear camera with dual LED flash and 2-mega pixel front facing camera , 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth ,Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and powerful battery.
Lenovo needs to position itself as a true smartphone maker in order to battle tough with Samsung, Huawei, and ZTE among others. Surely, Levovo has an upper hand when it comes to PC maker around the world including India, but the company has a thin presence in the country. Recently, RCOM in association has ventured into a unique partnership with Lenovo. Both partners will explore new opportunities in CDMA segment and are committed to offer five Lenovo handsets this year.