Brazilian electronics manufacturer CCE has launched its first line of tablets and smartphones since it was acquired by Chinese firm Lenovo last September.
The company unveiled four smartphones and two tablets, all embedded with chipmaker Qualcomm's (Nasdaq: QCOM) Snapdragon processors.
The devices were developed based on Qualcomm's reference design (QRD) and come with Android's latest versions, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean.
The smartphones have four and five inch screens and a recommended price ranging from 399 reais (US$181) to 899 reais (US$408), while the two tablet models have seven and 10 inch screens and recommended prices of 699 reais and 899 reais.
Only one of the smartphones is currently commercially available. The remaining devices will be launched from September.
Lenovo concluded its acquisition of CCE in January, after the 300mn-real move was given the green light by the Brazilian antitrust agency Cade at the end of November.
According to local media reports, the company is in talks to sell its novel devices to local operators.