Lenovo, the company that purchased Motorola, has been officially named a Windows Phone OEM by Microsoft back in February. As a consequence, we should expect a Windows Phone-powered smartphone with Lenovo branding by the end of the year, according to Liu Jun, chief of Lenovo’s mobile division. There were previous rumors talking about a Lenovo Windows Phone towards the end of the summer, but, according to the executive’s statement, this has now been postponed/reworded to indicate a more vague timeframe.
In addition to the Microsoft-powered phone, there were also mentions of a possible wearable device, towards late 2014, early 2015. CES 2015 comes to mind, but the now Lenovo-owned Motorola Moto 360 should land on the market before that. However, Lenovo wants to be part of the wearables game with a self-branded gadget, claims the report.