Look out, China -- Lenovo's all-too-sexy OPhone
is about to land in the hands of unsuspecting China Mobile subscribers, or so says Reuters
, anyway. The planet's largest mobile carrier will reportedly launch the 3G handset sometime this quarter, though some reports are suggesting that development is being hampered as engineers struggle with creating a Chinese language version of the OS. Once launched, it will go down as the first Android-powered handset to operate on China's home-cooked TD-SCDMA 3G network
, but there's no word on just how costly it'll be. Not like cost is really a concern here, right?
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