Smartphones, tablets help boost Lenovo's fiscal-Q2 profit

Lenovo says demand for smartphones and tablets and the implementation of cost-control measures were factors as its net profit increased 36% to about $220 million in its fiscal second quarter. Revenue was up 13% at about $9.8 billion. "For two consecutive quarters, Lenovo's combined shipments of smartphones and tablets crossed those of its PCs. The company's mobile and home products business, which includes smart TVs, now makes up 15 percent of its total revenue," Michael Kan writes.

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