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Lenovo teases Twitterati and weaves mystery with 'The Killer Is Coming Soon'

23-June-2015
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Lenovo teases Twitterati and weaves mystery with 'The Killer Is Coming Soon'

On Monday, Lenovo posted a picture on its Twitter page saying ‘THE KILLER IS COMING SOON! For now, all you can do is prepare to say goodbye’ and used the hashtag #InTheNameOfK3. The teaser did its charm, because within minutes, it got flooded with tweets from curious buyers who wanted to know more about the announcement. However, the brand tweeted back saying ‘All Your Questions will be answered soon #InTheNameofK3. You have just gotta be patient people’.

Towards late evening, the hashtag started trending on Twitter as it was buzzing with people conversing and trying to decipher what this teaser post from Lenovo could mean. The brand also changed its cover picture which said ‘The rains may have arrived but the real storm is yet to come. #InTheNameOfK3’.

Here is an excerpt of conversations from enthusiastic buyers on Twitter:

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