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Lenovo One to support computer reverse control of mobile phones

Author at TechGenyz Computer
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Recently, the Vice President of Lenovo Group unveiled its upcoming Lenovo one by releasing a short video. This video shows that the device can connect Lenovo mobile phones with Lenovo computers.

We just have to keep the Lenovo computer and mobile phone at a certain distance. They will automatically detect each other. One-click on the Connect button is required for connecting them. Once they will get connected, the mobile phone screen will get shared on the computer. And you can directly control your phone through the computer.

As shown in the video, there is no controlling delay, both computer and mobile will work in synchronization.

The company recently announced its Lenovo One project.

According to the company:

The purpose is to combine the big screen productivity of PC with the mobile phone of the 5G era so that Windows and Android will merge into one.

Moreover, Lenovo One also supports Bluetooth fast connection, which allows the computer to reverse the operation of the phone and transfer files at a high speed. These features will make the user experience much better.

This all-new computer reverse support for mobile phones will be of great help to users. They can control their smartphones through the computer without any delay. The video released by the Vice President of Lenovo shows a very smooth connection and control of mobile through Lenovo computer.

Some time ago, Huawei implemented similar functions through the Huawei Share function.  All the companies are realizing that the connection between the computer and mobile devices proves to be very fruitful for users.

It looks like the Computer Reverse Support feature for mobile phones has a great future. Let's look forward to this new support feature of Lenovo One.

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