/// Lenovo: Expect More "Pure Media-Based" Android Devices in New Year
Lenovo might be demonstrating its continued commitment to Microsoft Windows with a slate of new products scheduled to ship around Windows 8, but the China-based PC maker isn’t totally closing the door on Google’s Android. In an interview yesterday with AllThingsD , Jay Parker, vice president and general manager of the company’s North American consumer and small business unit, said consumers can expect to see more Lenovo devices running Google’s Android operating system in the first quarter of next year. And unlike the current Android devices Lenovo has out on the market, these products will run on the newest flavor of Android, Jelly Bean 4.1. “We plan to continue with Android devices in the foreseeable future. We believe there’s a place in the market for those kinds of devices,” Parker said.
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Lenovo: Expect More "Pure Media-Based" Android Devices in New Year
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