Sunday, 23 July 2017
Mobile

Lenovo Vibe X3 launched in three versions

Lenovo Vibe X3 has officially been released in China in three variants that feature sharp edges just like the predecessor model X2.

Some mind blowing specs have been included in the smartphone this time like a Texas Instruments OPA1612 amplifier, a Cirrus Logic codec for noise and echo minimization and a high-end Sabre DAC, like the one found in the LG V10.  All the three variants hold the Dolby Atmos certification.

Talking about specs, the first two variants are the ditto copies except the internal storage capacity variation. The third version is kind of a youth version that has been priced a little bit low but has awesome features.

The very first variant of the Lenovo Vibe X3 will feature a 5.5 inches full HD (1080p) screen, shielded with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 making it scratch proof.

The cellphone will be driven by a 64bit hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset, paired with a 3GB RAM.

The rear of the device is equipped with a 23 megapixels cam while the front bears 8 megapixels camera combo, supported by Sony IMX230 sensor.

The power backup is provided by a 3,600mAh batteries. Both the versions differ in storage capacity, i.e. 32GB and 64GB.

The Lenovo Vibe X3 youth version is powered by an octa-core processor, probably Mediatek silicon with clock rate 1.3GHz.

The processing has been enhanced with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage capacity that is expandable. The rear possesses a 16 megapixels cam while the front sports a 5 megapixels camera.

All the three versions have 4G LTE connectivity, microSD expansion, and a heavy audio system. This cellphone is a good mid-range device.

The first version of X3, with 64GB internal storage capacity, hangs a price tag of CNY 2,999 ($470), while the second variant with 32GB built-in memory space has been priced at CNY 2,499 ($390).

The youth version is really for youth, with affordable price of CNY 1,899 ($300).

There is no word yet regarding the arrival of these versions in the market. It is also not clear that whether these cellphones will make their way out of China or not.