A Bigger Version of Lenovo Vibe X2 Unveiled in China
The Lenovo Vibe X2 is essentially the first multi-layered metal smartphone model and released in select markets. It appears that the China-based company Lenovo is getting ready to introduce a bigger version of the phone. A new model based on the Vibe X2 has been introduced recently by the official telecommunication agency in China.
This should mean that the phone will be available for consumers in China soon. While the original Vibe X2 comes with 5-inch Full HD display; the new devices has a slightly larger 5.3-inch display, also with the same resolution. The new phone is also slightly taller, at 7.3mm, compared to the original at only 6.8mm.
Another interesting detail is the use of an octa-core processor, which is made by MediaTek and clocked at 1.5GHz. Regardless of the somewhat lower frequency rate; the chip should be enough to handle slightly intensive tasks. It will run the older Android KitKat operating systems. Other features are 16GB of onboard storage, 2GB of RM, 13Mp camera on the back, LED flash, 8Mp selfie camera above the display, microSD card slot and 4G LTE connectivity. There’s no information on its actual phone release date, but we will soon find out.
Lenovo VIBE X2 Design
Introducing Lenovo VIBE X2, the colorful multi-layered smartphone designed for our multi-layered lifestyles. Available in Gold, Red, White and Dark Grey, the VIBE X2 features a seamless layered design with 3 defined colors. Each layer is coated 3 times to ensure a high quality finish, while using custom-made tools to fuse the middle layer with the top and bottom layers. Learn more about Lenovo: http://lnv.gy/lenovo