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Lenovo 'OPhone' interface mimicking the iPhone?

updated 08:25 pm EDT, Tue March 24, 2009

Lenovo OPhone interface

A Chinese blog has posted images showing the user interface for Lenovo's 'OPhone.' The Android-based OS includes many design elements matching the iPhone's interface, including the icons' rounded-square shape, size and arrangement, the general color scheme and even the small circles indicating the current icon page. The touchscreen handset will feature a five-megapixel camera, microSD card slot and Bluetooth 2.0.

The open-source operating system, designed for the Chinese market, has lead to the nickname 'OPhone' for the device category. The platform runs a customized version of Android known as the Open Mobile System that supports China's TD-SCDMA standard.









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  1. MyRightEye

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    Joined: Apr 2008

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    Our phone is so crappy

    we just throw it on sharp rocks to take photos for you.

  1. coffeetime

    Junior Member

    Joined: Nov 2006

    +1

    Re: crappy

    And with their logo shot upside down!

  1. Constable Odo

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    Joined: Aug 2007

    +1

    Why not just call it...

    the ZeroPhone. Looks like it has some nice hardware, though, but a lot of competitors are going to come up short on the software side of things.

  1. Jonathan-Tanya

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    Joined: Oct 2004

    +1

    nothing similar

    First of all, this phone is chinese, and the iPhone is american. 2nd of all, this phone is apparently for rocky areas, and usually an iPhone is placed in the pocket.Uh, ya, I had nothing to add....

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