While the world is gearing up to give the Palm Pre and new iPhone a warm welcome, let us not forget that Lenovo has their OPhone O1 as well that will be powered by Lenovo’s own Android-customized OMS (Open Mobile System) mobile OS. While this is in some ways an iPhone clone of sorts, it still boasts some pretty unique hardware. Strangely enough, Lenovo will introduce it in two versions – a 3G model with a 5-megapixel camera while the EDGE model will have a lesser 3.2-megapixel camera. Interested parties can pick up the Lenovo OPhone O1 exclusively from China Mobile.
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