Lenovo has launched three new Android smartphones in Nigeria, reports Techsuplex. Lenovo unveiled the P70, S90 and S60 smartphones yesterday at a breakfast meeting with the media in Lagos.

Shashank Sharma, Executive Director of Mobile Business Group at Lenovo, Middle East and Africa affirmed Nigeria as one of its principal destination for investment.

“In the past one year, Lenovo has made strong progress with its Nigerian consumers. We consider the region as a principal destination for investment, even as we continue to record robust growth in sales. Sustaining a solid in-country presence is very important to us from both social and economic standpoints. We will continue to expand our business and invest heavily in this market.” He said.

The Lenovo P70, S90 and S60 are powered by Android 4.4 Kitkat operating system. The smartphones also come with Lenovo’s suit of DOit apps like the SHAREit and SECUREit.

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