By Stephen Schenck | March 8, 2013 3:50 PM
Lenovo continues to try making a name for itself as a smartphone manufacturer; earlier this year we learned about the K900 with its 2GHz Intel chip, as well as a whole slew of lower-powered Androids. Today we have a couple new ones to add to the bunch, upon some pictures surfacing of the Lenovo S920 and S820.
The S920 (above) is solidly into phablet territory with its 5.3-inch display. It’s powered by a quad-core MediaTek MT6589 SoC, one of the company’s new A7-based designs for increased operating efficiency. Additional details are sparse, but look for dual-SIM support, Jelly Bean, and a 2250mAh battery.
The S820 (below) ventures down a road we’ve seen companies like HTC take before, and will reportedly be targeted at female smartphone users. Besides its bold coloring, we’re not sure what choices Lenovo may be making in order to appeal to women. Specs on this handset are a near total mystery, but it might also rock an MT6589.
These two will likely come to China at some point in the next few months, but chances for a launch anywhere else is anybody’s guess.