A handful of Samsung devices now support Lenovo laptops and tablets, too.
The news comes from a report in TechCrunch, which said that Lenovo has now signed on to support Samsung smartphones and tablets.
Lenovo has also said that its own line of products will also be supported, though not all of the products are officially supported by Lenovo.
While this might seem like a big deal for Lenovo, it doesn’t mean that Lenovo will actually be selling its own laptops.
It’s important to note that this news is only for laptops, which means that Lenovo still won’t be able to sell its own version of its flagship products, like the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, that will only be sold in China.
Lenovo will also no longer be able make its own ThinkPad, which is still the most popular laptop brand in the world.
There are some interesting points in this story.
First, Lenovo’s new partnership with Samsung could actually help the company gain a foothold in the smartphone market.
If Samsung’s smartphones become more popular in the future, Lenovo could potentially gain a better foothold in that market.
Samsung is currently the largest smartphone manufacturer in the country, and its Galaxy S8 smartphone was the top-selling smartphone in China for the second straight quarter.
Second, Lenovo has also added a new speaker in the Thinkpad X1.
The ThinkPad line was discontinued last year, but Lenovo’s latest lineup is still available.
If Lenovo can add the speaker to its lineup, the company will also get a better deal on the speaker itself.
Third, Lenovo will still be able offer a number of other Samsung devices.
For instance, Lenovo currently has the ThinkPads 2, 4, and 6 models, and it has also partnered with Samsung for its own smartphone lineup.
For now, Lenovo still sells a number or two of Samsung phones, but there are some major differences between the Lenovo ThinkPad and the Lenovo laptop.
Lenovo is also no more able to make a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 with its own design.
Finally, the Lenovo X1 is not officially supported yet.
Lenovo does not have a product to sell the ThinkX1, which will likely be the only product Lenovo sells.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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