Lenovo shows off their Google Glass knockoff

by Robert Nazarian on
tagged ,


As smart glasses evolve, you can expect more manufacturers to jump in. Lenovo is one such company as they showed off their prototype, which looks a lot like Google Glass. The only difference is the battery resides at the user’s neck. The plan is for this prototype to become consumer ready by October.

Lenovo is also working with another smart glasses maker called Vuzix. We did a hands on with their M100 smart glasses back  in 2013. This partnership is bringing the M100 to China in August or September for 8,000 yuan ($1298).

source: PC World

Lenovo’s octa-core Golden Warrior officially announced for July 18th

by Jared Peters on
tagged , ,


Lenovo’s Golden Warrior smartphone has finally been given an official launch date after a few previous leaks. The device will hit shelves in China on July 18th, and Lenovo is offering a fantastic deal to Weibo members that will allow them to get their hands on the phone for roughly $32. Even if you can’t manager to get in on that deal, the device will run between $130 and $145, depending on which Chinese carrier you want the golden smartphone on. » Read the rest

Lenovo K920 shown off at electronics show in China

by Christian de Looper on
tagged , ,


The Lenovo K920 has popped up a couple times in the rumor mill, but we still haven’t seen any specs on the device. Despite this, it looks like the Lenovo K920 has made an appearance a a consumer electronics show in China, even though it still hasn’t been made official.

The device looks to include a 6-inch QHD display, a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. The camera on the device is 16MP, and it runs Android 4.4.2 out of the box. The name itself, the K920, may not be permanent, and it might instead be called the Vibe Z2 Pro.

Source: Mobile.Zol
Via: GforGames

Lenovo’s upcoming flagship leaks, big things to come?

by Harrison Kaminsky on
tagged , , , ,

Lenovo Flagship

Lenovo is prepping its next flagship, the Vibe Z2 Pro, and held an internal event last week. Lucky for us, someone at the event snapped a few photos of the device to give the world a preview. The leaks have been circulating on China’s social media site, Sina Weibo.

So, what are we looking at in terms of specs? Hit the break to find out.

» Read the rest

Lenovo Golden Warrior S8 leaked

by Robert Nazarian on
tagged ,


The Lenovo Golden Warrior S8 has been revealed by an online retailer, and its clearly a mid-range device based on the specs. It sports a 5.3-inch LTPS 720p (1280 x 720) display with Gorilla Glass, a 1.4 GHz quad-core MediaTek MTK6592M processor, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage, microSD slot for expanded storage, 13MP rear camera with LED flash, 5MP front facing camera, 2,000 mAh battery, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Direct and 3G support via dual-SIM. It measures 146 x 76.7 x 7.9 mm and weighs only 146 grams.

» Read the rest

Lenovo announces new N20 and N20p Chromebooks, arriving this summer starting at $279

by Justin Herrick on
tagged , , , ,


The Chromebook scene will be getting more crowded after today. Lenovo is the first company to unveil some new devices running Chrome OS. Here we have the N20 Chromebook and N20p Chromebook, the latter of which features a touch-enabled display. Both of them are 11.6-inch displays with a 1366×768 resolution.

Inside is an Intel Celeron processor based on Haswell microarchitecture. The maximum storage available will be 16GB and RAM will top out at 4GB. For these maximum specifications, though, you will obviously be paying more than the starting price.

On the sides, Lenovo gives you a ton of ports. There are two USB ports, one HDMI port, and an SD card slot. While the non-touch N20 Chromebook is your run-of-the-mill Chromebook, the N20p Chromebook’s display can be folded back to be put into Stand Mode (or Tent Mode as Lenovo calls it on PCs). The N20 Chromebook will arrive in July starting at $279 and the N20p Chromebook will carry a $329 price tag in August.

Hit the break for the full press release.
» Read the rest

First joint Motorola / Lenovo phone could be released in October / November

by Robert Nazarian on


Now that Google has sold Motorola to Lenovo, the big question is when will we see the first phone from this new partnership? According to China Mobile Alliance, it will be in October or November of this year.

This information comes from an interview with Zhang Hui of Lenovo / MBG (Mobile Business Group), and he also said this phone would be developed by both Lenovo and Motorola from the “ground up.”

» Read the rest

Lenovo debuts ThinkPad 11e, a kid-friendly convertible tablet with Chrome OS option

by Jared Peters on
tagged , ,


Here’s something you probably didn’t know. When Lenovo purchased Motorola, they also announced a brand new convertible laptop. The Motorola acquisition was such huge news, though, that the new device completely fell through the cracks. Fast forward a few weeks, and the new ThinkPad 11e is going out for some tech sites to go hands on with it.

The laptop will come in four different styles, depending on the OS  you want on the device and if you’re interested in a touchscreen. You’ll be able to choose between a standard, non-touchscreen model, or a folding, Yoga-esque design with a touchscreen. Both of those models also come in two flavors for the operating system, so you’ll get to choose if you’d rather have a traditional Windows 8 computer or a Chrome OS computer. The laptops are designed for kids and students, so they’re not exactly the slickest looking devices ever made, but they do have an Intel quad-core Bay Trail CPU and a 16 GB SSD (for the Chromebooks) so they’re sure to zip right along. » Read the rest

Lenovo acquires 3G and LTE patents from NEC

by Alihassan Mahdi on
tagged , , , ,


It seems the hunt for Patents is not over yet as Lenovo recently announced that it has purchased a portfolio of patents from NEC consisting of 3,800 patents filed in countries from around the globe.

The portfolio consists mainly of patents related to mobile technologies and features found in high-end smartphones as well as standard essential patents for 3G and LTE. The company stated that this will give them the additional intellectual property assets needed in order to continue to expand.

» Read the rest