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 Atom chips will power two new Lenovo smartphones slotted to release early in 2015 in the chip maker's first 4G deal in China.
It really was only a matter of time. Lenovo is planning to extend its smartphone sales reach to the U.S. and other mature markets, according to a top executive quoted in a Bloomberg report.