Lenovo Announces Lephone
Lenovo today announced "Lephone", a new smartphone with a touch slab form factor and a very rounded design only 12mm thick. Below the 3.7-inch, 480x800-pixel touch display is a secondary touch area for navigation; there are no buttons on the front. Other features include a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3.5mm audio jack, 3-megapixel camera, and 3G data. The software includes Twitter and Facebook integration. Lephone runs a heavily-customized version of Android. It will be released late 1st quarter or early 2nd quarter, starting in China.
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Lephone, which matches with Le Shoe
Le Phone matches with Le Shoe, and then you can Le Walk to your Le Car and drive over Le Phone and stand on it with Le Shoe.
In other words, this sounds like a great big steaming pile of Le Crap.
Lephone...*gag*... are you serious?
Let's hope Le Phone does not get the same reput...
Is it me, or does 'Lenovo' sound a lot like 'Sununu'?
Say it with pursed lips, like you're sucking on a lemon. Sounds funnier.
In Japan, they pronounce it 'Renobo.' Which makes it sound like a cross between Renault and Volvo.
Hey, I just ended my shift and my brain is fried and there's no air circulating in this stuffy building, sue me.