No. 1 PC manufacturer Lenovo made its mark on consumers with computers. But the company has reached more users through its mobile devices.

“We now sell more smartphones and tablets than PCs,” said Keith Liu, director launch marketing for the Lenovo Business Group.

Lenovo, which operates dual headquarters in Beijing and Morrisville, says it is currently the No. 3 smart-connected device maker worldwide. The company has expanded aggressively into the global smartphone market. In the last two years, it has introduced smartphones in 18 countries – but not North America.

Lenovo’s absence from the North American smartphone market will continue for now, the company says. The latest smartphones are slated for launches in the Asia and Middle East markets where Lenovo phones are currently sold. But the company is offering a range of devices at a range of price points to attract a broader base of customers.

The lineup of new smartphones includes Lenovo’s first device that can be used on the most advanced mobile networks. The Lenovo Vibe Z, announced today at the CES electronics show in Las Vegas, is the company’s first smartphone designed for use on LTE networks. The Vibe series emphasizes power and speed, targeting users looking for a premium phone.

Lenovo is also launching a trio of smartphones targeting other types of consumers. Liu said the S series is intended to offer style with mid-range pricing; the A series offers an in-between device aimed at the mass market.

Here’s how the devices break down.

Vibe Z

  • Data upload at up to 50 mbps and downloading at up to 150 mbps
  • Operates on GSM/UMTS networks
  • Comes with 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0.
  • 7.9mm silver or titanium body weighing 147 grams.
  • 5.5-in full high definition (1920×1080) IPS wide angle viewing touchscreen display.
  • 2 GB of memory, up to 16 GB of internal storage and running Android 4.3,
  • 13 megapixel rear camera with a large f1.8 aperture lens for low-light situations.
  • Starts at $549 and will be available starting in February in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and the Philippines.

S Series

  • The S930 offers a 6-inch, high-definition 1280×720 touchscreen; the S650 has a compact 4.7-inch HD 960×540 display with IPS wide angle viewing.
  • Both are powered by a MediaTek Quad Core processor and run Android 4.2
  • 8.7mm thin,
  • 8 megapixel rear camera with flash; a front camera, Lenovo’s Super Camera and Super Gallery apps to add effects to photos.
  • 8 GB of storage.
  • Both smartphones include gesture-based controls and the latest Lenovo launcher customizations.
  • The S930 and S650 start at $319 and $229, respectively.
  • Both phones are immediately available in countries where Lenovo smartphones are already sold.

A Series

  • The A859 is available in white or black
  • measures 9.2mm thin
  • 5-inch high definition (1280×720) IPS screen with 178° wide angle viewing.
  • Like the S Series, it has a dual SIM card, runs on a MediaTek 6582 processor and Android 4.2,
  • 8 megapixel rear camera, a front camera and 8 GB of storage.
  • Starts at $219 and is available starting immediately in countries where Lenovo smartphones are already sold.