Lenovo Lephone gets unveiled at CES

Lenovo displayed a new smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas named Lenovo Lephone. Lenovo Lephone is a slab-style touch phone that runs a heavily-customized
version of the Android platform. Lephone is based on Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon processor. It has a 3.7-inch, 480×800 pixel display and a second
touch area on the front of the device for on-screen navigation. It responds to gestures where Lenovo
has custom-coded into the version of Android the Lephone runs.
It includes Twitter and Facebook
integration. The
Lephone has a rounded and sleek appearance, and lacks any buttons on
the front of the device. There’s a connector on the left side with a cover that attaches

Lenovo Lephone is an ultimate mobile device for enhanced Web-on-the-go convenience.

  • Instant-on access to your favorite apps
  • Long battery life
  • Ultra-slim and sophisticated
  • Superior Internet access

The Lephone will go on sale in China during Q1 or Q2. But the pricing is stil undisclosed. 


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