Leading personal computer maker Lenovo has entered into the smartphone market with its 5 new smartphones which are powered by Android, are launched in Mumbai today. The smartphones – named Lenovo K860, S880, S560, P700i and A60+ – are priced between Rs 6,499-Rs 28,499.
Lenovo K860 is the High end phone of the company with 1.4GHz QuardCore processor with 1GB RAM and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It also has 8MP auto focus camera with Flash and 2MP Secondary camera with 8GB of Internal memory and this phone is also very slim as it is only 9.5 mm thick and weighs 190 grams. Lenovo K860 also has a powerful battery of 2250mAh and this high end phone from Lenovo costs Rs. 28499.
K880 is the midrange and affordable smartphone which is powered with 1GHz MTK 6575 processor with Power VR SGX531 GPU with 512MB RAM. It also has dual sim capability which is very useful for people who are living faraway from their homes. K880 has great camera of 5MP auto focus camera and 0.3 MP front-facing camera and battery of 2250mAh and most importantly it runs on Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich. This Lenovo’s phone costs you around Rs. 18999
Lenovo S560 has Dolby Digital Plus technology, which Lenovo claims will make music sound better than ever. It has a dual-core processor, a 4-inch IPS screen and a 5 megapixel camera. It also has dual sim capability and it runs on Android 4.0 Price: Rs 14,499.
P700i is also the dual sim phone at a very affordable price. It has a 4 inch screen with 1GHz processor with 512MB RAM and 4GB internal memory which can be expandable up to 32GB with microSD card. It runs on Android 4.0. P700i also has a camera of 5MP. This phone has great specs in this price range. It will costs you Rs. 12499
It has a 1GHz processor, runs on Android 2.3 operating system, and has a 3.5-inch screen.It is also a dual sim phone 1 GHz MTK 6575M processor and 256MB RAM and its battery is of 1500mAh which is quite good in its price range phones. This will costs you around Rs 6,499.
Lenovo has started preparing a Bendable Yoga Device with Tegra 3 Processor. I think you might have been reminded of Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga concept that they demonstrated earlier this year. Lenovo’s IdeaPad Yoga can be flipped to a full circle to turn Ultrabook into a Tablet when not in a typing mood. Everyone was amazed with this concept.
At that time, people didn’t like usage of Intel Processors in IdeaPad concept. But today we have some good news for them as NVIDIA has entered an agreement with Lenovo to supply flexible notebooks with ARM-based Tegra processors for a future Windows RT device.
Earlier NVIDIA also confirmed its news about excellent Q2 2012 with good sales of Tegra Processors and deals with three partners for Windows RT tablets. Names of two partners are Asus and Microsoft and third one is not known yet. But leak is suggesting it might be Lenovo. So how many of you going to buy this once it is available in the market? What name do you suggest – IdeaPad Yoga?
Lenovo launched two new desktop PCs for India’s growing market. These two PCs namely ThinkCentre M72e and ThinkCentre M92p are output of the Lenovo’s program to strengthen its portfolio in this segment. Both above models are of a very small form factor, yet can pack in quite a punch.
Specs of both Lenovo ThinkCentre M72e and ThinkCentre M92p are extreme. In ThinkCentre M72e you will find Intel Core i5 processor and equipped with up to 16 GB of RAM, along with a 1 TB HDD. Both have usual connectivity options of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a number of USB 2.0 ports. ThinkCentre M92p is similar to its smaller variant but have 3.0 USB ports, 32 GB RAM and buyers can also opt for 128 GB SDD instead of 1 TB HDD (See the difference between them here). All these features will be packed in 1.4” (w) x 7.1” (d) x 7” (h) — 3.5″ cabinet.
Base versions which include Intel Celeron Dual-Core processor, 2 GB of RAM, and a 320 GB hard disk is priced for Rs. 23,500 and Rs 26,500 for both ThinkCentre M72e and ThinkCentre M92p respectively. There’s limitation that its not available for home users.
For those who have been watching Lenovo India has become the No. 1 PC vendor in the country and now No. 2 in worldwide PC shipments.with an overall market share of 15.8%. With our great products, the right strategy and strong global execution, Lenovo has also been outpacing worldwide market growth for the past 10 quarters, consecutively.Lenovo’s rise to the top has been consistent over the past 3 years when it had a share of 4.8%. Lenovo’s success in India mirrors the success the firm has had at a Worldwide. It also increased its market share in the overall notebook segment to 21.2 %, taking the company to the 1st rank in overall Notebooks in the last quarter. Amar Babu, Managing Director, Lenovo India asked about the company’s success in an interview and he give reasons for this success.
(Managing Director, Lenovo India) Amar Babu Says:
[quote]“We are extremely pleased with our results in the past quarter. The success has been driven by our Protect & Attack strategy supported with investments in Brand, Retail and Channel. I thank our partners and customers for their support and confidence in Lenovo products. We will continue to strive hard to live upto our Customer’s expectations and partner with our Channel partners in their growth.”[/quote]