Lenovo is planning to design chips for its smartphones and tablets, according to an EETimes report. Does that mean Lenovo will compete with Intel and ARM in the mobile market?
Intel’s second bite at the smartphone market has been more akin to a gentle nibbling around the edges. At the end of last year the chipmaker teased a smartphone reference design running its Medfield x86 Atom SoC.
While overall PC market shipments are falling, Lenovo's PC sales continue to grow. Plus the Lenovo Helix tablet-notebook and Chromebook are coming soon. That's the key Lenovo message at Tech Data Channel Link.
Lenovo has announced four new tablets that will be released during the second quarter of 2014. Employing a strategy similar to Samsung, Lenovo’s tablets will come in a variety of sizes ranging from 7-inch devices up to 10-inch devices.
Similar to Lenovo, it looks like Hewlett-Packard is making a smartphone push first outside of the U.S.
A new report claims HP is set to jump back into the smartphone market any day now with new phablets--large-screen, price-conscious handsets--aimed at emerging markets in India, China and the Philippines.
Ashton Kutcher’s role as a Product Engineer with Lenovo is very real. After appearing in a few ads involving their Yoga Tablet line since October, Kutcher’s reach has now extended to smartphones. David Roman, Chief Marketing Officer at Lenovo, spoke with Re/code and the actor “not only sees himself as an engineer, but he is an engineer.
Intel looks as if it’s finally getting its act together in the smartphone market. The chipmaker can now point to six phones that have launched this year with its Atom x86 Medfield chips inside, including — most recently — a partnership with Google-owned Motorola for a European handset, the Razr i.