Asia markets were pressured after U.S. markets sold off on uncertainty over the Trump administration's ability to follow through on policy.
In May, the Chinese firm took the wraps off of the MateBook X, MateBook D and MateBook E.
Stocks in Asia were mostly lower on Friday, after major oil producers agreed to extend output cuts for an additional nine months.
Citi analysts expect rising components costs to put pressure on Lenovo's margin.
Wong Wai Ming, CFO of Lenovo, says the entrance of new competitors in the PC industry reflects how opportunities continue to exist in the sector.
CFO Wong Wai Ming told CNBC its loss-making mobile and data center businesses will be profitable in the "near future".
Robert Medd, Bucephalus Research, says Lenovo's PC business might be good but its smartphone business is "rubbish."
Jim Cramer points out a play on credit cards that’s been red-hot and could continue higher.
Jim Cramer spoke with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich about Intel's evolving business.
Asia markets closed higher on Tuesday as investors shrugged off the disappointment from the Trump's failed health-care legislative reform push.
Sir Martin Sorrell of WPP outlines what Chinese multinationals should do to become globally dominant in the long run.
CNBC runs through the biggest product launches at Mobile World Congress from Samsung's new tablets to the return of the Nokia 3310.
Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang said the Motorola Razr could be used to bring people back to the smartphone brand.
"The China-U.S. relationship is the most important relationship in the world, we need each other," says Yuanqing Yang.
The Nokia 3310 is rumored to be making a comeback so CNBC conducted a poll of phones people wish would make a return.
Growing prevalence of low-cost Chinese smartphones in India could derail Apple's bid to conquer Asia's third largest economy.
The affordable smartphone space is heating up in India.
For foreign firms in China, the business environment just got even tougher.
Satish Lele, SVP at Frost & Sullivan, discusses Lenovo in the affordable smartphone market in India.
Rushabh Doshi at Canalys talks about the various segments in India's smartphone market, where phones can cost just $30.