Lenovo launched earlier today at IFA Berlin 2013 their new flagship smartphone, the Vibe X. This is the next generation Android device that the Chinese company will push it for an official later this year.
It might not pack the Galaxy Note 3 specs but it should still manage to turn some heads. Its specs are as following: 1.6 GHz quad-core MediaTek 6589T, a 5 inch Full HD IPS Display with 441 PPI, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage without external microSD support, 5MP front facing camera, 13MP rear facing camera with autofocus and LED flash support. Lenovo Vibe X comes with Gorilla Glass 3 and a premium polycarbonate body, it weighs only 121g. It is also very slim as it measures 6.9mm.
The release date for Lenovo Vibe X should be somewhere around December, as it should be first available in China and India. It seems like Lenovo will avoid launching the device in Europe and US. Other regions might get the Lenovo Vibe X device, but there is no official word about this. The pricing hasn’t been set and we should get more info soon.
It will come with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as its default OS. Lenovo didn’t confirm nor deny if the Vibe X smartphone will be upgradeable to Android 4.3.
This is a great device but it might not get enough media attention for Lenovo to push its release to the more important regions such as US and Canada or Europe. What do you think about the Lenovo Vibe X? Are you based in China, India or other nearby regions and you plan to buy this device, then tell us in comments your thoughts and opinions about this release.