Almost every major smartphone brand is now also into the wearable business. Apple, Samsung, Motorola, LG, Sony and even Xiaomi, all of them have launched either a smartwatch or a smartband. Joining that list soon, is Chinese smartphone maker and Motorola’s current owner, Lenovo.
As per a report in China’s Sina.com, Fenda technologies, a China-based electronics manufacturer, recently announced that it has been selected by Lenovo for manufacturing of company’s wearable devices.
This not only confirms Lenovo’s entry into the wearable market, it also hints that Lenovo has already planned mass production of the same.
The report further says that the new wearable, is quite possibly a wristband, and not a smartwatch. It is expected to be showcased at Consumer Electronics Show next year. Lenovo’s CEO and President Yang Yuanqing had already recently mentioned about company’s plans on working on a smart wearable device.