When Microsoft announcement about his plans in the marketing and fusing of Windows Phone 8, the latest operating system for mobile devices, let it be known that among the partners that they would have to produce devices based on the new platform, there would be were Nokia, Samsung, HTC and Huawei.
All four manufacturers have taken steps to introduce its own line of smartphones based on the new OS, but according to some rumors spread just over the last few days it seems that the already known list of the four brands will add another important name, that of Lenovo.
At the current state of affairs Lenovo deals only and only in the production of smartphones based on the Android mobile platform but soon could provide the market smartphones based on Windows Phone 8.
The Chinese company would be planning to expand its range and launch a new smartphone running Windows Phone 8 as OS.
The idea, according to rumors, has already been taken into account in the Lenovo and will most likely be evaluated in the next 6 months and soon after put into practice in order to launch a device with Windows Phone 8 already before the end of 2013.
The main reason that would count Lenovo adoption of Windows Phone 8 and the subsequent production of a smartphone based on Microsoft’s mobile OS would be due to the numerous security problems that Android finds itself having to deal with an increasingly frequent.
The reasoning in question would also be confirmed by the presence, by default, an antivirus on the latest Android smartphones marketed by the company.
Instead creating a smartphone with Windows Phone 8 Lenovo may satisfy the requirements of all users who demand safe products and by force of circumstances can no longer blindly trust Android.
At the moment there are no more information available about it but in the coming weeks will certainly be possible to learn more.