Lenovo, 4th largest PC manufacturer in the world, now wants to attack the smartphone market again. This is supposed to happen first in China with the "LePhone" (derived from Lenovo, but it sounds a bit French), later it is supposed to happen on other markets as well.
The concept of the device is quite interesting: the mobile phone itself has no keypad, but this can be "docked". So you have the best of both worlds, both QWERTY mobile phone and a flat device with pure touchscreen operation.
As operating system Android is used - apparently more and more manufacturers are relying on the free mobile phone operating system.