Lenovo LePhone K2 is Another High-End Phone for China


Lenovo’s been busy this week. To my count, they have announced three different tablets and three different phones. That third phone is the Lenovo LePhone K2, a high-end handset for their main market, China. It’ll sport a 4.3 inch IPS display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and an 8 megapixel camera. We’re still running on Android 2.3.5 but we assume this piece of hardware has the capabilities necessary to run Android 4.0. It looks great, but considering Lenovo’s past with mobile outside of China we won’t get our hopes up to see it in Europe or North America. [via Engadget]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. asians always get the good stuff

  2. asians always get the good stuff

    1. sad, but true

  3. What is that lock screen shown on that phone?  It looks SWEET!!!!  I use GoLocker and it does something similar, but I like the look of the one on that pic much more.

    1. That isthe home screen…

      Lenovo has a pretty sweet skin for their android devices… even if it is a skin an not Vanilla

      1. It is pretty sweet isn’t it?

  4. Interesting, the Asian countries have been getting really nice phones recently (Razr variants, etc) I’d be happy to see Lenovo selling phones in the US, although it prolly wont happen. Their laptops are top-notch, I can only imagine their phones follow suit.

    1. Thank you! I love their products! Their support is top notch as well! I wish I could rock a Lenovo Smart phone or tablet, stateside.

      1. From what I’ve seen they don’t get the recognition they deserve, most likely because of the styling of their laptops (they aren’t visually flashy). But I used to own a Dell and a Toshiba, and I can tell you Lenovo is leaps and bounds above them in terms of quality and support. I’d support their transition into tablets (or phones).

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