This is X1, Lenovo X1

This is X1, Lenovo X1
China is definitely an interesting country – huge population, unique cultural monuments and… strange mobile phones. Even those that are not knock-offs of well-known devices. Example for this is the X1 from Lenovo’s mobile section, which is sold to Legend Holdings, but keeps using the name of the famous PC manufacturer. Let’s get back to the new slider, which has a 3.2-inch touchscreen with WQVGA resolution, slim body and an impressive appearance. It uses the Touch Dream interface, which looks like Samsung’s TouchWiz. Other supported features are a G-sensor (accelerometer), GPS and a microSD slot (up to 8GB cards).

The X1 is a tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900), so it can be used in Europe, but there is no word about availability outside China. However, if you pass though there and buy one, please share with your impressions of this tech miracle.

source: Lenovomobile (translated) via Techfresh


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