April 2, 2009 | by Robert Nelson
The Lenovo OPhone, the Android-based handset that appears to have ripped-off the iPhone UI a little bit is once again in front of the camera. The latest images show off the handset with a full display and offer a clear glimpse of both the Lenovo and China Mobile branding.
Aside from the images, which do give us a nice look, we unfortunately have little new information as far as specs, pricing or the availability. What we do have in terms of specs is that the OPhone is running OMS (Open Mobile System) which is a fork of Android and that it will have Wi-Fi, a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, a microSD card slot, streaming TV and TD-SCDMA (China’s 3G Standard). Otherwise, the launch is currently rumored to be closely following the launch of the HTC
Magic Dopod G2.
In the meantime, we can at least enjoy the pics…