Lenovo which is the world’s fourth largest smartphone manufacturer launched the new Vibe X2 at the IFA trade show, Berlin. Lenovo also introduced a new ‘layered’ design in which the smartphone is made up of layers of different colours. These layers are not functionally useful and neither can they be changed. The Vibe X2 has a 5 inch full HD screen and has improved battery efficiency of 20%. It houses a 13 mega pixel rear camera and a 5 mega pixel front camera. The front camera is programmed with many special features for the selfie obsessed customers.
The company also had a lot to talk about its Vibe 2.0 UI which can do a lot of functions at two taps like open the most used app or even take a picture. It also has a ‘beautification bar’ which enhances selfies and makes them more beautiful and attractive. Thus, this handset could be called Lenovo’s selfie phone. This year at the IFA trade show many companies have featured phones with special features for clicking selfies.
The Vibe X2 is powered by an octa core 2 GHz processor with 2 GB RAM. It also has 32 GB internal storage. The dual sim version of this phone will be available in the Asia-Pacific while the single sim version will be available in other countries. It runs on Android Kit Kat 4.4 topped with the Vibe 2.0 UI. Other features include a 2300 mAh, supports 4G LTE, and other connectivity options like WiFi and Bluetooth. The phone is priced at $399 and will be released in China soon.