Though Lenovo already had its shining moment at CES 2013 when it made the 5.5-inch K900 official, that couldn’t stop the company from enriching its smartphone portfolio with five other models. The “furious five” should cover the needs of all different types of Android lovers, from those that want portability and low price to those that are into higher-end specs.
The S890 is the apparent gang leader, sporting a big 5-inch screen with a 960 x 540 pixels resolution. That doesn’t sound too great, we know, but the 8 MP rear-facing snapper and 9.3 mm thin body do. Next up, we have the S720, again with a 960 x 540 IPS panel (though this time we’re dealing with a 4.5-incher).
The S720 has a slightly chunkier body (9.9 mm thick), but it does come with dual SIM, a 2,000 mAh battery, and an 8 MP camera. The P770 is targeted towards “professionals”, rocking a 3,500 mAh battery and dual SIM.
No other specs are known at this time, but it sounds like the P770 might be the actual star of this line-up. And that’s because the final two new additions to Lenovo’s phone portfolio, the A800 and A690, are nothing more than entry-level devices.
The first features a 854 x 480 pix res 4.5-inch panel, a dual-core 1.2 GHz SoC and a 2,000 mAh battery, while the second is even more modest – 1 GHz CPU, 4-inch 800 x 480 screen and dual-SIM. No words on pricing just yet, but China and “select global markets” are said to get the five starting this month, so watch out.