Lenovo won't stop producing its own mobile phones, despite recently buying out Motorola from Google.
It has brought three new Android smartphones – the S860, the S850 and S660 – to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 in Spain.
The trio of devices brings something for all types of users, with the Lenovo S860 bring the flagship of the three with its 5.3-inch HD screen, 2GB RAM and MediaTek quad-core processor.
Lenovo's S850 handset is a mid-tier five-inch handset with a striking all-glass design, giving it high-end appearance. The S850 also features a 13-megapixel camera, a five-megapixel shooter on the front and an MTK quad-core chip.
Aimed at a budget-friendly audience is the Lenovo S660, bringing a metal design and quad core processor.
The manufacturer is yet to announce where the devices will be launched at what price ranges, but with the MWC still on, it is likely that these details will emerge.
Posted by Samantha Green