10 Jul 2012
Lenovo-China smartphone powered by ST-Ericsson
ST-Ericsson reveals that the Lenovo LePhone S899t smartphone - designed for China Mobile - is powered by the ST-Ericsson Nova A9500 application processor.
With a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 CPU running at 1GHz and a high-end 3D graphics accelerator, ST-Ericsson believes the Nova A9500 enables users of the Lenovo LePhone S899t to enjoy a full smartphone experience on China Mobile's TD network.
This is the first smartphone from Lenovo which is built on the dual-core high-performance application processor.
In addition to the Nova A9500, ST-Ericsson CG2900 and CW1100 connectivity solutions were also selected by Lenovo enabling GPS, Bluetooth, FM and Wi-Fi features.
"Powered by the Nova A9500, the Lenovo LePhone S899t brings amazing mobile internet experiences to China Mobile TD consumers," Feng Xing, Vice President of Lenovo Group said. "The great flexibility and scalability of the application processor enabled us to launch our newest TD smartphone quickly to the Chinese market."
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