Lenovo Vibe X on MediaTek 1.5 GHz Quad Core processor to land on 17 December

Lenovo Vibe X smartphone – on MediaTek 6589T 1.5 GHz Quad Core processor — is likely to be launched in India on 17 December.

The Chinese smartphone vendor has sent a press invitation showing X on its invitation. The company does not share specific details.

Main specifications of Lenovo Vibe X include Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, 74mm x 6.9mm x 144mm, 2000 mAh (Li-polymer) embedded battery, 13 MP rear camera with auto-focus and LED flash, and 5 MP front fixed-focus camera, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, 5.0-inch, 1920 x 1080 display with 20/20 Vision and Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, curved toughened glass.

Lenovo Vibe X coming to India

The company during the launch in global markets said Lenovo Vibe X is one of the slimmest premium smartphones available. At 6.9 mm in profile, it slips easily into your pocket or bag, and at only 121 g it will never weigh you down.

The Vibe X makes you centre of attention with its 5 megapixel front camera with an 84° wide angle lens for high quality self shots and amazing video chat. You can also capture sensational images, even in low-light conditions, with a 13 megapixel rear camera with BSI sensor, and take 1080p HD videos.

Mobile users can enjoy unimagined clarity with the Vibe X’s 5” 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution display. At 440 pixels per inch you can browse full-version websites, or enjoy and share hi-res images and video at their absolute finest. Plus, in-plane switching (IPS) display allows for nearly 180-degrees of wide-angle viewing.

Curved glass disperses reflections making the screen images appear softer and richer but it doesn’t compromise on toughness. Gorilla Glass 3 construction makes the Vibe X resistant to impacts and scratches, while retaining sensitivity for use with nails, stylus pens or light gloves.

Lenovo says smartphone control has never been easier than with the Lenovo Vibe X. To light up, tap the screen, and you can answer a call by putting the Vibe X to your ear, while swipe motions can be customized.

editor@gizmolead.com

THE LATEST

The race to achieve quantum supremacy, explained

In a recently published paper, Google claimed it had achieved quantum supremacy – a milestone in quantum computing – which is the ability of...