The Lenovo P930 is the first Symbian OS smartphone developed by Lenovo and designed for the Chinese market. The P930, a dual-band GSM 900/1800 phone, features a clamshell design, a 1.3 megapixel camera with LED flash, video recording capability, Bluetooth connectivity, a miniUSB and a removable SD/MMC memory card. It also provides the Net-TV application, which allows owners to watch several China Central Television (CCTV) channels while on the move. The P930 also supports the Intelligent Grouping and Resource Sharing (IGRS) standard, that makes devices discover and connect to each other automatically.
Lenovo P930 is a dual-band GSM900/GSM1800 smartphone for entertainment and business use. The P930 features an appealing clamshell design, an easy to use pen-input interface in addition to normal keypad input which is totally unique for a clamshell phone of this size. The phone supports a series of applications, such as GPS navigation, Net-TV, and several others. GPS navigation enables P930 users to access maps of over 100 cities across China.
The P930 is the first Series 60 smartphone with a touch sensitive screen. It is based on the latest Symbian OS v8.0 and version 2.6 of the Series 60 platform software.
Lenovo P930 - PROs AND CONs
- the first Series 60 smartphone with pen-input interface
- support for GPS navigation
- 1.3 megapixel camera with LED flash
- Bluetooth, miniUSB connectivity
- SD/MMC memory cards support
- Net-TV application allows watching Chinese Television
- Intelligent Grouping and Resource Sharing (IGRS)
- dual-band (900/1800 MHz) only
- restricted to Chinese market