Lenovo is now working on its approach to merge Android and Windows experience. This new feature can debut as Lenovo One.
Microsoft might have launched the “Your Mobile” app to bridge the gap between Windows 10 PCs and your mobile, but Lenovo One will allow users to power their Lenovo phones on Windows machines. At least, that’s what you can get from a photo posted by Lenovo’s Edward Chang on Weibo’s mobile phone.
Edward Chang on Weibo has said, “Big-screen productivity meets the 5G phone era. What kind of world will #LenovoOne be? Windows and Android will merge into one.”
Chang also posted a screenshot of the Lenovo One app on his mobile screen. The description here reads that the feature “supports Bluetooth connection and enables the computer to control the mobile phone in reverse and transfer files at the same speed, thereby breaking down restrictions between devices and improving the efficiency of the office .”
The feature looks more like an Airdrop variant for Android which can be used on Lenovo devices only. This will enable users to transfer files between their phones and Windows PCs at a higher-speeds and with ease. The added benefit is that Lenovo One does also have screen mirroring features.
As of now, there is no talk about when and how the feature will launch and more features might come out after this week.