Lenovo demos "Lephone" Google Android-powered smartphone

At CES 2010, Lenovo demo’d their new “Lephone” – smartphone powered by Google Android-based, with screen size of 3.7–inch 800×480 OLED, volume buttons on left side, a reprogrammable button on right, got a Pre-like dark area at bottom -- also touch-sensitive, and works as either a home button or for simple swiping gestures, dual mode […]

At CES 2010, Lenovo demo’d their new “Lephone” – smartphone powered by Google Android-based, with screen size of 3.7–inch 800×480 OLED, volume buttons on left side, a reprogrammable button on right, got a Pre-like dark area at bottom -- also touch-sensitive, and works as either a home button or for simple swiping gestures, dual mode home screen, with one (the flower) being a contact jump-off point: you scroll through your contacts and then can pick a petal to message, call, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, running on a Snapdragon processor.

 

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