Interestingly, the 3.7-inch touchscreen Android phone comes with a dock, which then gives it a QWERTY keyboard, long-life battery and inbuilt speakers. Again, like the UI Hybrid tablet/laptop, this LePhone gives two options for use.
The LePhone will be on sale in China in the first half of 2010, and running Android 1.6 it'll also have Lenovo's skin over the top. Internally it's all running on a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, which is certainly the flavour of the past few months for smartphones. There are two cameras - one forward-facing and one back-facing.
Located on the side of the LePhone is a button which turns on gesture support, which can be used with Google Maps. Moving the phone around in front of you will determine the angle in which you see the map.