Lenovo, widely known as a PC manufacturer in the industry, has been developing on the plan to create a touchscreen cell phone similar to iPhone
iPhone has been the most popular touchscreen phone among cell phone users all over the world, particularly of their elegant design & easiness of usage. Lenovo plans to enhance the features by combining Google’s Android and a very iPhone-like appearance. OPhone is the name given based on China Mobile’s OMS(Open Mobile System) which is essentially Android + TD SCDMA (China’s home-grown 3G standard).
The unnamed device has a full touchscreen flush with the main body, like its Apple rival, and will have just a minimum of extra buttons for calling, answering and stepping through menus. No keyboard is immediately visible and suggests instead that the phone may use a planned virtual keyboard for Android rather than the hardware keys required on HTC’s G1.
This phone will only be released in China between February and March 2009. It’s stylish design would definitely make it to be a popular gadget among the Chinese users.
Source : ModmyGphone
iphones are most popular nowadays. Lenova is a well resource Pc manufacturing company but they have started their project by as of now is might be a moderate time. Because it’s been 2 to 3 years since 3G mobile phone came into existence.
look forward to more market competitor for better price.
3G iPhones are everywhere in Australia now
P.S. Happy Chinese New Year to you!!!
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Many malaysian if they hear the word ‘from china’ or ‘made in china’, they already give sigh of scenic on their face . Means they not really into buying it. Their mindset is china’s made not good and bad quality. However i oppose this idea because many computer and electronic manufacturer today comes from china or east Asia. They just don’t realized how much we relied to them and how many things we use today come from them. Actually they give us alternative to much cheaper price with almost same quality to those european or american made. I wonder if china manufactures ferrari and lamborghini.