lenovo lephone
lenovo lephone
jan 13, 2010

lenovo lephone

lenovo specializes in mobile computing but has typically stuck to notebooks until the release of their new mobile phone, lephone. the new smartphone is designed specifically for china and features a 3.7 inch screen with a touch interface. it has a bunch of other standard phone features like 3G connectivity, wifi, GPS and a 3 megapixel camera. however its most intriguing design feature is the snap on keyboard design that mimics its bigger brother, the lenovo ideapad. this feature enables the phone to clip into a larger case that has a full qwerty keyboard. instead of forcing users to choose over touch screen or keyboard, lenovo gives them the best of both worlds in a simple case design.


lenovo lephone

lenovo lephone

lenovo lephone

lenovo lephone

  • Muy buen diseño

    jmacc says:
  • It looks awesome :))

    Gabriel says:
  • How much?

    faustina lin says:
  • This is the REAL DEAL!!!! I’m ready!

    Catalectic says:
  • Cell phones have really matured into personal computers. This one, to me, looks a lot like virtually every other computer-phone out there; its hook is its increased functionality.
    I can’t help but wonder if there’s room in the market for a “purist’s” phone – something that simply sends and receives calls, and nothing else. Surely form would take precedence over function with such a basic operational demand?

    Dan says:
  • If it is unlocked and has quad-band ability, if it work in Europe, then i’m gonna get myself on come hell of high water

    James says:
  • iPhone-alike

    stri says:

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