Lenovo is planning to combine its smartphone and tablet operations with its smart TV and digital home projects to create the Mobile Internet and Digital Home Business Group.
Leading the group from Lenovo's Beijing headquarters is Liu Jun, who previously served as senior vice president of the company's Product Group. Former Think Products Group leader Peter Hortensius will take over as head of the Products Group.
Lenovo said that the move will further establish the firm's place in a booming market for consumer and enterprise mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
"The Mobile Internet and Digital Home Business Group will help us leverage our leadership in the PC arena to create a rich portfolio of internet-centric devices," said Lenovo chief executive Yang Yuanqing.
"At the same time, we will use our creativity, innovation and technical prowess to help our customers navigate the future of personal technology worldwide."
Lenovo joined several companies at this year's CES in unveiling new business tablet PCs and operating systems.
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