Lenovo’s getting itself knee deep in moving into the mobile space and has added on to its mobile phone line-up with the launch of its Vibe X2 and Vibe Z2 smartphones. And what’s all the hype around it you ask? It’s all about the slim.
On closer look, the Lenovo Vibe X2 is a 5in device that is extremely thin. By that, we mean it’s just 7.27mm thin, resulting in a light weight of 120g. The Vibe X2 is Lenovo’s thinnest 5in unit – in comparison, its S850 is 8.2mm thin and 140g in weight, its A859 is 9.2mm in thickness and 162g in weight, and its A536 is 9.95mm thin and 148g in weight.
The Vibe X2 comes with a 1080p display, 32GB of storage, and 2GB of RAM with a processor that goes all the way to 2.0GHz. It also has a MediaTek MT6595m true octa-core chipset and a 2300mAh battery.
It comes packed with a 13MP back snapper and 5MP front-facing camera to handle all your selfies. The device will come out of the box with Android 4.4 KitKat OS with Lenovo's Vibe UI 2.0.
Details of the Vibe Z2
As for the Vibe Z2, it packs a larger 5.5in display (as compared to the Vibe X2) with a 720p resolution. Its insides include a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 chipset with four 1.2GHz cores and 2GB of RAM, while its outsides showcase a 13MP main camera and 8MP front snapper. It also offers dual-SIM support.
The Lenovo Vibe X2 is priced at US$399 (S$501), while the Vibe Z2 will cost US$429 (S$539). It will be made available to China first in October, then Asia-Pacific, before getting rolled out to the Middle East and Eastern Europe after that. We’ll update you with the exact local availability and pricing details as soon as we get it.
[Source and images: GSM Arena]