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Lenovo embarks on major low-end smartphone push

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Lenovo, the world's largest computer maker, is spending 200 million baht in a drive to boost its less popular smartphones in Thailand and compete with globally recognised brands. 

The move by the Beijing-based firm is expected to increase sales of its smartphones in Thailand to 1 million units this year from 300,000 last year, said Jeerawut Wongpimonporn, country manager at Lenovo Thailand.

"Our market share is also expected to double to 10% this year," he said.

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