It looks like the Android-based and 5-megapixel snapping Lenovo Ophone is ready for primetime, as according to a report from Reuters, China Mobile is said to be planning the launch of the same within the first quarter of this year. Which is in the next couple of months.
The Ophone is, of course, based on the open-source Android OS. It’s going to be one of the first “high-end” Android phones to be ever released, sporting a very sleek and simplistic design, with support for China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA technology.
Reuters’ sources was quoted as saying, “The product is in the final testing stage at the moment.” And I’m sure you know exactly what that means.
So if you’ve been waiting for a chance to paw at this handset after first seeing it in live pictures, your time will come soon enough.
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