Chinese manufacturer Lenovo launches world’s first layered phone with Lenovo Vibe X2.
Chinese manufacturer Lenovo has launched the first layered in world. The Lenovo Vibe X2 is a breath of fresh air from the cluttered smartphone market that is currently dominated by the large screen phones. The eye-catching design of the smartphone is not the only thing that would set it apart. The Lenovo Vibe X2 uses a MediaTek processor that looks promising.
The phone will sell in India for Rs. 19,999 and will be available on e-commerce website Flipkart from November 10, 2014.
Lenovo is a popular name in the laptop market, where it is second in sales numbers. However, Lenovo has been pushing into the smartphone market and with the latest acquisition of mobile company Motorola. They are currently ranked third in the Indian smartphone market.
The company has added several layers to the design of the phone, which can be seen when the phone is turned around sideways. The phone is available in 3 different color variants – White, Gold, Red.
These are the phone specs:
- Display: 5-inch
- Resolution: 1080 pixels
- Width: 7.27 mm
- Internal memory: 32 GB
- RAM: 2 GB
- Weight: 120 grams
- Camera: Primary – 13 megapixel, auto-focus; Secondary – 5 megapixel
- Operating software: Android v4.4 KitKat
- MicroSD card slot: No
- Sensors: Compass, proximity and accelerometer
- Battery: 2300 mAh non removable battery
- Chip: MediatTek MT6595m True8Core
The phone uses the Vive user-interface which comes with a lot of customization options.