It seems as though Windows Phone 8 (Apollo) is generating interest from manufacturers who only previously dipped their toes in the Windows Phone waters. WPDang reports that executives from Lenovo's Research and Development division visited Microsoft's headquarters to discuss the possibility of making WP8 devices. What's more, Lenovo has reportedly requested that they be allowed to customize the UI to include their own apps and app store, much like they did with their Android-powered LePhone and not unlike Nokia has done with their Lumia line of phones.
Lenovo had developed a Windows Phone 7 device to be released in China, but not much came of it. Whether or not they will be allowed the UI customization that they seek remains to be seen. Either way, it would be great to see another OEM added to Windows Phone family.
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