Lenovo has unveiled its LePhone S2 Android smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The company had announced the device back in November of last year. The Lenovo LePhone S2 is currently available only in China and the company has remained mum about its plans for the western markets.
The device comes with Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread and a secure kernal which will make the smartphone enticing for enterprise users who value security above all else. Apart from this, the company also stated the device will feature a 3.8 inch touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixel screen resolution.
Sadly, at a time when its rivals are busy churning out dual core smartphones, the LePhone S2 features a single core 1.4GHz Qulacomm MSM8225 processor and a 8MP camera.
The company said that the LePhone S2 will be available in two models, one which features 512 MB of RAM and 8GB storage and another which has 1GB of RAM and 16GB storage.
Apart from the smartphone, Lenovo also launched a tablet device and a 55-inch TV which is powered by Google's Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform, reports ZDNet. This is an exciting time for those visiting CES.