Lenovo ranked as the world’s fifth largest smartphone maker (behind Samsung, Apple, Huawei and LG) at the end of 2013, and the company obviously doesn’t intend to exit top 5 this year. According to Chinese media, throughout 2014 Lenovo wants to
roll-out a series of 60 different smartphones (half being LTE-capable). Of course, we’re now in the second half of the year, and Lenovo has already introduced a number new smartphones, like the high-end K920, or the affordable A805e.
Lenovo hopes to sell a total of 80 million smartphone units by year’s end, almost doubling the numbers from 2013. About 60 million of those 80 million are expected to be sold in China.
Unfortuntely the smartphones that Lenovo will sell until the end of the year do not include Motorola handsets.