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Tuesday, 08 May 2012 12:38

Lenovo to launch four Android TVs this month

Written by Fudzilla staff



Only in China, for now


Lenovo is preparing to release four K-series smart TVs in China later this month.

All four will rock Android 4.0 and they are supposed to appear in 42-inch to 55-inch sizes. The CPU of choice is a 1.5GHz Snapdragon, but we still do not have the rest of the spec.

Lenovo plans to price the new smart sets at $1,030 to $2,370, but there is no word on global availability yet. Not exactly what we’d call cheap, but then again there is practically no competition yet, so Lenovo can afford to ask for a premium.

More here.


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