updated 11:25 pm EST, Tue November 29, 2011
Device represents alternative to S2
Lenovo has introduced yet another Android-based handset, the LePhone S760, which was unveiled today alongside the LePhone S2. The device integrates a single-core 1GHz processor, stepping down from the S2's 1.4GHz chip, though the 3.7-inch display is an AMOLED panel rather than a standard LCD. Both phones share a similar form, aside from the glossy backside featured on the S760.
The company has implemented its own interface overlay that sits atop the stock Android 2.3.5 OS, representing another common feature shared by both new handsets. Other features include 512MB of RAM and a five-megapixel camera.
Lenovo has yet to announce pricing information for the S760, which is expected to arrive in China by the end of the year. [via Engadget]