The first ever images of Lenovo Windows Phone leaked. Actually, it was rumored back in December 2010 that Microsoft was in talks with Lenovo to join the Windows Phone crowd for China.
Then, during the AsiaD conference, in Hong Kong, earlier this month, Andy Lees, President of the Windows Phone division, mentioned that new OEMs will be coming onboard with Windows Phone.
Reuters also recently suspected that Microsoft could be in talks with vendors in China, such as Lenovo, ZTE, and Huawei Technologies, to launch devices targeted at the mainland Chinese market.
While, ZTE deal eventuate, with the company producing its first Windows Phone - the ZTE Tania. And, Huawei had already expressed their interest in Windows Phone devices, with Victor Xu, Chief Marketing Officer for Devices at Huawei, saying that the company will "probably" produce a Windows Phone device in 2012.
Today, CNBeta leaked a couple of photos of an allegedly new Windows Phones Lenovo is supposedly working, the images below are of a LePhone S2. No details on specs, but it looks Samsung Focus-ish, and will probably be sporting a 1GHz CPU and possibly 4GB of storage.
The 'LePhone S2' is seen sporting a front facing camera, and the Windows Phone buttons (Back, Start and Search) are barely visible in the photos, which raises some doubts whether this device is real or not.