Lenovo LePhone unboxed, exhaustively reviewed at the end of launch in China

China were given a Lenovo LePhone to play with back in mid-April, and the guys at Sooyuu have just finished the fifth and final part of their lengthy review, just in time for the May launch.




Apparently the 3.7-inch screen’s now been upgraded from LCD to AMOLED, and like the Palm Pre, the LePhone also sports a gesture area below the screen.There’s also the never-before-seen packaging not to mention the bundled goodies such as a leather case, a noise-isolation handsfree kit (but sans music and volume control), plus a magnetic dock adapter. As for software, the reviewer praises Lenovo’s snappy, heavily customized Android with its vast Chinese social networking service integration, music store, video apps, and an impressive Chinese turn-by-turn navigation suite. We almost want to adopt this baby, only to be let down by its 3.2-megapixel camera’s mediocre quality, lack of flash, and inability to autofocus.











































































Anyhow, — head over to Sooyuu for plenty more pictures.

Source: Sooyuu

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