Since then, Lenovo’s handset business has taken off, and it offers dozens of models on the market. The company now ranks second in China’s smartphone space, behind Samsung, according to research firm Canalys. In the second quarter, it shipped 10.8 million phones to the country’s market. The high demand has made Lenovo the world’s third largest smartphone vendor, despite primarily selling its handsets only in China. Pictured is Lenovo’s K900, an Intel-powered handset, with a metal casing and a 5.5-inch screen that’s priced at 3299 yuan ($537).