When he hear the word Lenovo, we would instantly think of laptops or notebooks. But now, they're not only into these devices. They are now trying to have a share in the smartphone industry, especially here in the Philippines, which is already booming and attracting many phone manufacturers. The Chinese-based manufacturer already have several models out in the market, but as far as I can remember, they have only one smartphone available, the Lenovo A60, which is an entry-level android phone costing about PHP6,000.
And now they're trying to penetrate the industry aggressively by releasing three more smartphones, the Lenovo A65, Lenovo P700, and Lenovo P880.
|Left to right:: Lenovo A65, Lenovo P700, and Lenovo P880|
Lenovo A65, which I believe is an update to Lenovo A60, is powered by an 800 MHZ processor (A60 has a 650 MHZ processor). It has a 3.5 inch display screen and is running on Gingerbread OS. You can have it for a very affordable price of PHP5,499!! And also, it is a dual-sim phone just like A60.
On the other hand, Lenovo P700 has a 1 GHZ processor and sports a 4 inch screen. It will costs about PHP 10,000-12,000.and will be available by the end of June.
Lenovo P880, which is a high-end device and, is the company's answer to Samsung Galaxy Note, sports a large 5 inch screen and a 1 GHZ processor chip. It will cost around P18,000 to P20,000.
Lenovo P700 and Lenovo P880 will both run on Android 4.0 ICS.