The Lenovo+China Mobile OPhone sure does look familiar


First there was the iPhone, then came a bunch of stuff no one cared about. Now we have what appears to be the OPhone, a cellphone developed by Lenovo in conjunction with China Mobile. It’s using Android as its operating system, a move that took a great deal of bravery for China Mobile to accept. (Apparently the firm doesn’t like the idea of relying on outside technologies for its products; it would rather have developed its own OS for the phone.)

There’s little to no information about it, other than that is uses Android and China Mobile’s TD SCDMA, the company’s weird 3G-like standard.

It looks a little like the BlackBerry Storm, no?