It didn’t took long for Lenovo to introduce themselves to the public as yet another Smartphone manufacturer. Known mainly for its laptop computers, the Chinese multinational tech firm is now among the trailblazers in the mobile phone industry and with the Black Mamba on their side, everything is in good hands.
Delving away from the Mamba, Lenovo recently announced their latest Smartphone serving: the Vibe X was officially unveiled at the IFA in Berlin alongside the S5000 tablet. Will the Vibe X stand out from the crowd? Let’s find out.
For one, the Vibe X is an Android 4.2 Jellybean, 5-inch phablet with a “20/20 Vision” display with a generous serving of Gorilla Glass 3. It also has a 1.5 quad-core MTK6589T processor, 2GB RAM and a choice of either 16GB or 32GB internal storage. At this point, the Vibe X can handle pretty much your daily multitasking routine, coupled with an ample space for your multimedia files.
Camera wise, the Vibe X will have a 13 megapixel rear facing camera and, get this: a 5 megapixel front clicker. This is by far the highest pixel in a front cam we’ve seen (correct me if I’m wrong) and this is definitely a good thing, especially to those who love selfies.
According to Lenovo, the Vibe X will be available in China come October but unfortunately, it will not touchdown in the US and the UK. ”Other countries where Lenovo smartphones are sold” are set to have the Vibe X in December in black or orange.