China was relatively late to enter the electronic device market. Only in the 80s did we start to see the advent of large electronics manufacturers in this country. Among them was Lenovo, which was founded in 1984. In their early days they were engaged in writing code and importing computer equipment.
Only a decade later, the company expanded its capabilities by starting their own development of computer devices, with Lenovo mobile phones appearing later. The early 2000s can be regarded as an era of growth and prosperity for Lenovo, with their earnings rising substantially. As a result, Lenovo was gradually able to acquire other companies. It all started with the purchase of IBM, one of the largest manufacturers of computer equipment. Then it signed a lucrative contract with NEC. The German company Medion soon followed. Then at the end of January 2014 Lenovo acquired the Motorola in the USA.
Lenovo Mobile phones are already enjoying success in many countries. But after buying Motorola the Chinese company will be able to produce even more mobile devices. Currently, Lenovo products are intended primarily for people looking for an inexpensive touchscreen device. But soon the production lines will change and Lenovo can be expected to have flagship products.