Lenovo is going at it, mixing it up with Qualcomm and MediaTek SoCs, quad- and octa-core CPUs. In addition to the Vibe X2, Lenovo has a couple more cards to lay on the table.

A768t

Chronologically, the first one up is the A768t which is set to be released sometime in September. It will be using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset, which is a 64-bit processor, with a quad core CPU clocked at 1.2GHz. The internal memory will be sized at 8GB and RAM will be 1GB.LP-4

The accompanying GPU is an Adreno 306, and the phone will be featuring a 5.5” touchscreen with 720p display resolution.

The primary camera will have 8MP resolution while the front facing camera will be a 2MP cam.

The A768t will have dual SIM capability, with primary network support ranging from quad band GSM to 2100MHz UMTS. For the secondary network, it covers TD-SCDMA (2000/1900), and extends to TD-LTE (2300/2600/1900). The phone will be released (rumored to be domestic) with Android KitKat OS.

S858t

LP-1Before the X2 will be released, Lenovo will be pushing out the S858t, an upgrade to the S850. The phone will be running on an MT6592M chipset, with CPU clocked at 1.4GHz and 1GB RAM available. The S858t will have a 5.0” IPS 720p display screen, and will feature an 8MP rear camera. Network connectivity support extends from GSM to TD-SCDMA.

This model seems to be a bit focused on the aesthetics – it will be an immensely thin phone, just 6mm in width, and is boasting to weigh in just one under the 100g mark.

The S858t will be showcasing an all-glass outer shell, same as was used in the S850. Power and volume buttons are all situated on one side, with headphone and microUSB slots on the top. The bottom shows provision for dual sound chamber. Notably, it looks to bear a resemblance to the iPhone 5 — may be a deal breaker for some, may be a deal maker for others.

This model should also be out sometime in September, equipped with Android 4.4.2.

 

Sisley

Following the X2, after a longer interval than the first few releases, will be the Sisley model. The phone will have an all-metal shell with very rounded edges. Its namesake is a popular brand of French cosmetics, which clearly translates to this phone being quite effeminate.

Still keeping tabs on how thin their phones come, Lenovo has designed the Sisley to be 6.99mm thin, and will be offered in various pastel colors.

It will employ a MediaTek based SoC, and will definitely be an octa-core phone. It will have an impressive combination of 13MP and 8MP resolution for the primary rear and secondary front-facing cameras respectively. More importantly, this will be another phone that Lenovo will be adding to their lengthy 4G line-up.

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Apollo-YOGA

To balance things out, Lenovo will also be releasing a phone intended to be geared toward the male half of the mobile phone consumer population. The Apollo-YOGA is set to be released sometime in November of this year.

While significantly different from the standard sleek and thin brick looking smartphones, the Apollo is comparable with the Samsung W2014 flip – their color schemes are similar as are the sturdy looks they give. The Apollo, however, is rumored to be able to flip a whole 360 degrees, and is of course going to be another 4G-capable phone.

 

Roadmap

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Lenovo’s planned releases can be seen in this roadmap. With their track record of international phone releases and numerous 4G domestic releases, I’m hoping Lenovo will be able to shock the world with one more huge release before the year ends.

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Lenovo is going at it, mixing it up with Qualcomm and MediaTek SoCs, quad- and octa-core CPUs. In addition to the Vibe X2, Lenovo has a couple more cards to lay on the table. A768t Chronologically, the first one up is the A768t which is set to be released sometime in...
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