Yang Yuanqing, CEO of Lenovo Group, is confident that the company will achieve its sales goals. If not, he will announce his resignation. This is a courageous declaration.
If you do not associate the CEO of Lenovo, then this is the man who is partly responsible for the purchase of Motorola by Lenovo. It seems that it was a good decision – the Motorola brand has much more marketing power than the Chinese models. The company does not necessarily do well on the market, as smartphones and personal computers. As for the phones, it loses on the domestic market with Xiaomi, Huawei and Oppo. In turn, the laptops market has strong competition from America – DELL and HP. But it looks like the CEO of Lenovo is sure of his. He announced that the company would reach $ 12 billion in Internet sales revenue over the next three years. Or he will give up his position. His statement is a response to investors' doubts and Yang Yuanqing apparently wants to calm them down. If you keep your word, it will be commendable. You have to admit that money from investors will need him. The company intends to invest a billion dollars in developing artificial intelligence technologies. This is a must if the Chinese want to rely on the voice assistants market. Apple, Google, Samsung and Amazon already have their own solutions. It's time to catch up with them. Right after the acquisition of Motorola, the Chinese have released good and well priced devices based on pure Android version. In our Motorola Moto G 3 test you could read that it was a well-designed smartphone, offering great optimizations despite the best components and nice photos. It offered waterproof and was cheap.Later, the company stopped spending so well priced smartphones. The water shelf has also disappeared from the middle shelf, replaced by a nano coating to provide protection against accidental splashes. The future will show whether Lenovo will come back to spend its devices at a price lower than the competition and will work this way for the customer. The price of the Motorola Z2 Play seems to suggest this, because the smartphone on the start is cheaper than the predecessor . You can not fail to mention that the company is the market leader in terms of modularity of their devices , which they solved much better than LG in the G5 model. Additional Moto Mods mounted on the phone backpacks significantly extend the capabilities of the phones . The nice addition is that currently available modules will be compatible with upcoming Motorola models. He praises The Lenovo brand in the lower half of the middle shelf is doing pretty well. Models such as the Lenovo K6 Note and Lenovo P2 offer large 5.5-inch FullHD screens, decent cameras, and phenomenal battery life . To do so, they are cheaply cheap and now they can be bought much cheaper than on the market day of the premiere. Do you think modular smartphones make sense and will be developed by non-Lenovo manufacturers? Source: Bloomberg