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Lenovo also working on a 1080p Android smartphone

After Samsung, Sony and HTC it now appears that Lenovo is set to join the 1080p Android smartphone line-up. While we currently don’t know the device’s name or any other specifications, a few screenshots of the device have leaked online.

According to GSMArena these three screenshots reveal the device’s 1080p display, support for dual-SIM cards and that it is running a custom Android user interface designed by Lenovo. Further specifications such as the size of the display, the processor and the camera.

Apparently the device is in its final stages of development and shall be announced in China shortly. It is unknown whether the device will reach further than this market alone but it is somewhat unlikely considering I have never seen a Lenovo smartphone before.

KitGuru says: If 2012 was the year of thinner smartphones, then sure 2013 is shaping up to be the year of smartphones with 1080p displays.

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