Anonymous, 30 Aug 2014Who are you to speak about specs? Shut up and buy. 2GB is enough. 1080hd screen is too good. S... moreYea, the whole thing about Android which most of the people don't understand is that Google has been making a dedicated effort to make the OS more efficient. Since 4.x this has been happening. Android L is another step in that direction.
People who still talk about needing more RAM for the Android OS are really living in the past and it shows how out of touch they are with what's going on with the OS.
All the specs that you report seems to be nerfed compared to all the specs that other sites are reporting.
Always mentioning apple somehow is what makes these companies hard to take seriously. They need to be more original.
Who are you to speak about specs? Shut up and buy. 2GB is enough. 1080hd screen is too good. Stop it.
The lollipop could refer to the colours the phone will be available in?
james79, 30 Aug 2014How can it have android L already? Nexus devices are first to receive android L. They probably got a beta build from Google, since currently the Nexus line is on the beta build google needs to test it on others as well.
How can it have android L already? Nexus devices are first to receive android L.
Anonymous, 30 Aug 2014And it will be an unpocketable phablet too. Not with a 5" screen!!!
Don't think a device with 2GB RAM can be termed flagship. Lenovo needs to do better and also improve their image on software updates.
Phones are phones not huge tv sets when will this silly huge screen end,,its only to get bigger qwerty keyboard for most people thats why they want bigger screen,,what about Sony Ericsson P800/P900/P910 style device with stylus,jog 5 way wheel,touchscreen fold away real keypad etc..
Smartphones have hit the limits not its time for some different styles,,you can still have 4.5 inch screen P910 .
Sheer lack of creativity. Even if they had to poke, they could have come up with a better one.
Android L isn't even released officialy yet right? I thought it'll only start rolling out to other phones after the next nexus is announced?