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More shots of Lenovo's Android-powered OPhone: 'love on the rocks, with no ice'

More shots of Lenovo's Android-powered OPhone: 'love on the rocks, with no ice'
Darren Murph
Darren Murph|December 16, 2008 12:58 PM

What goes down easy with a gorgeous cellphone that'll probably never leave China's borders? Stately rocks, of course. The Android-powered "OPhone" is quite the sight to behold, and while the Lenovo logo may not look quite right to American eyes, we're sure you could learn to love it in time. We're also finding out a bit more about the unit's internals, as it will include a 5-megapixel camera (with Auto Focus and flash), a microSD card slot, English / Chinese input via virtual keyboard, a video recorder and Bluetooth 2.0. Check the read link for a few more angles, and just in case you're wondering, no touchscreens were harmed during the shoot.
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