BARCELONA, Spain -- Just when Lenovo was starting to make its name as a phone maker, with chunky, big-screen handsets such as the Vibe X we saw at IFA in September, and the Vibe Z that was unveiled at CES, the Chinese company went and bought Motorola.
It's unlikely to give up making own-brand phones in favour of pumping out new Motos, however, and three new mobiles are on show here at MWC.
The S860 is the most high-end of the bunch. Retailing for $349 unlocked later this year, its headline feature is prodigious battery life. Its massive 4,… Read more