On the back of a healthy set of financial results, Lenovo said it is looking to expand in the mobile device and smartphone market
Lenovo will further invest in these efforts by “adding non-Windows and non-Intel-based wireless devices, including cellular phones and netbooks, to its product mix,” he said. “TBR expects Lenovo to concentrate on growing sales within its newly reacquired cellular phone business, while expanding shipments of devices such as its Skylight netbook.”
In early January, Lenovo introduced the LePhone, a smartphone for the China market that will likely become available midyear. It runs the Android operating system, uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip set and features a 3.7-inch display.