Lenovo Gets Official With 4.3″ IPS Display LePhone K2 and 3.7″ S760 Models

Lenovo has taken the guess work out of our previous notions regarding what type of devices might be released by the company over the next few weeks.  Finally, the company has come right out and made it official, stating that they’ll be releasing a 4.3-inch IPS display device along side a 3.7-inch AMOLED smartphone.  So, no tabletphone in site but check out what the two devices do have to offer upon launch.

Lenovo LePhone K2:

The K2 offers a 4.3-inch IPS display with an unknown resolution at this time.  In addition, there will be a powerful 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU by Qualcomm (MSM8260).  Furthermore, they’ve added 1GB of RAM, 1GB ROM, an 8 meg camera capable of recording 1080p video and Android 2.3.5 (sorry, no ICS at this time).  Who knows, maybe they’ll add it to the device at the last second since technically there is no price or release date.  Stay tuned.

Lenovo LePhone S760:

The S760 offers a more compact device with a 3.7-inch display running Android 2.3.5 as well and houses a 1GHz single core CPU, 512 mb of RAM, an AMOLED touch display and a 5 meg camera.  In addition, Lenovo has added tidbits of their custom UI in an attempt to compliment Android.  It’s been noted that the device should be released sometime towards the end of December.

[via Engadget 1,2]

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