It seems that Android is finding more takers than anyone had initially anticipated when Google launched it. Lenovo will be launching it’s very own Android powered handset in the China. The device is named “OPhone” and somehow we can’t help but recall that they are now onto copying names too now that they have faked pretty much every popular mobile device.
I was talking about local Chinese mobile makers not Lenovo just in case you have only now recovered from your deep slumber. The device will be hitting shelves in mainland China some time in next month. It will be sold by the China Mobile which is one the other note also the largest mobile carrier in the world by the number of subscribers. China would love some “real” home grown stuff for a change.
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