Lenovo Announces Two New Android Smartphones


Looks like Lenovo is not gonna wait for CES as they have announced two new smartphones today. The S650 and the S930.

The two devices are almost identical in every aspect except for the display. The S650 has a 4.7-inch qHD 960×540 resolution IPS display, while the S930 can be considered as a phablet with a 6-inch 1280×720 resolution display. Both are powered by a MediaTek quad-core processor and are running on Android 4.2. Both devices features dual-SIM support, 8GB of internal storage, an 8MP camera at the back along with a “capable front camera” which we think is a VGA front-facing camera. The S930 has an extra feature which provides an immersive and rich audio experience with it’s twin speakers and Dolby Digital Plus and even has directional sensors to move characters in 3D.

The S650 carries a $229 price tag while the S930 is priced at $319. Both devices will immediately be available at locations where Lenovo smartphones are sold.




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