Articles tagged "lenovo"

First impressions review: Lenovo Moto Z Force shows promise

Lenovo's latest flagship smartphone comes with a stabilized 21MP camera, manual control and the ability to add accessory modules. It all adds up to one of the year's most interesting mobile photography products so far. Read more

Lenovo unveils Moto Z, Moto Z Force and Moto Mods attachments

The new Motorola Moto Z and Moto z Force's unique selling proposition: attachable Moto Mods accessory modules which connect to the back of the phones. So far there are projector, speaker and battery modules. Read more

DxOMark Mobile Report: Lenovo Moto G Plus

The Lenovo Moto G Plus performs on par with flagship devices like the iPhone 6s Plus and Google Nexus 6P in DxOMark's mobile testing. Read more

Above and beyond: Lenovo Moto G Plus first impressions review

In our initial testing, the Moto G Plus camera produces image quality that we would typically expect from devices in a higher price bracket. Read more

Lenovo's Moto G Plus comes with 1/2.4-inch sensor and fingerprint reader

The Moto G Plus is a mid-range smartphone, but its camera specification wouldn't look out of place on much more expensive device. Read more

Lenovo launches VIBE Shot camera-centric smartphone

The VIBE Shot features a physical shutter button and infrared AF system.

Lenovo announces Vibe X2 Pro, P90 and selfie ring flash extension

Lenovo's Xtension Selfie Flash provides artificial illumination for selfie-photographers.

Lenovo launches 13.3-inch Yoga 2 Pro tablet with built-in projector

Lenovo's Yoga 2 Pro features a built-in Pico projector and 13.3-inch QHD display.

Lenovo's new flagship smartphone looks like an interesting option for mobile photographers.

Lenovo unveils its latest 10-inch Windows 8.1 tablet, the ThinkPad 10.

Lenovo launches Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ with 8MP camera

Chinese manufacturer Lenovo launches the next generation of its Yoga tablet. The Yoga 10 HD+ comes with a 10.1-inch Full-HD screen and an 8MP camera.

CES 2013: We got a chance to play with the Intel-powered K900 at the Lenovo booth.