Foldable phones are increasingly becoming a possibility, with Lenovo planning on entering the race to create a foldable phone and tablet. The Taiwanese demoed a prototype at Tech World, and will announce a product in the fall.
Lenovo has partnered with Google to make the world's first Tango-ready phone, capable of real-time motion tracking and indoor mapping -- the Phab2 Pro. The Chinese company has also rolled out two new phablets, the Phab2 and the Phab2 Plus.
Lenovo-backed spin-off brand Zuk has announced the Z2, a smartphone with a great spec and a low price, but annoyingly it hasn't said the phone will follow in the Z1's footsteps and launch internationally.
Lenovo has made it clear that its acquisition of Motorola from Google did not go the way it would have liked. The company is splitting strategies -- one to focus on China, and the other to boost the Motorola brand in the rest of the world.
Take a look at this wonderfully nostalgic video from Motorola and Lenovo, and then get excited because it may hint the iconic Moto Razr phone is about to make a comeback. Could it be true, and if so, will it really be a flip…
Lenovo has taken the wraps off of the new Moto G4, the successor to last year's Moto G. But how does it stack up against last year's lauded device? Check out our in-depth comparison for a closer look at the hardware and software powering…
Google's Project Tango has been improving steadily over the last year. It took a big step forward at I/O 2016, with location awareness and improved object permanence added to help track virtual objects.