Lenovo is back again with another flagship in the name of Vibe X2, which already grabbed a immediate attention of many users, with the features of high-end display, powerful chipset, plenty of storage space, big unit cameras and decent-sized battery. Though it is better in features, but budget wise costlier, somewhat.
The Lenovo Vibe X2 has flatter and rectangular design, which is similar as Sony Xperia Z range sans the glass-back body and sharp edges, but it is smaller and thinner than the Xperia Z. Lenovo has introduced three-layer design pattern and it is visible on the sides, in different colors.
Vibe X2 back is made by magnesium-based material, which prevents smudges, glossy nature by its textured finish. It is thick at 120 grams rather than other smart mobiles; Power and volume rockers on the right side, SIM-slot on the left and physical button at the bottom make up the Vibe X2.
Vibe X2 comes with a 5 inch full-HD 1920x1080p display with 441ppi, which improves look of the display more with decent viewing quality. Using the Vibe X2 at the outside over the sun will give decent and barring few reflective instances, we were happy while using the phone outdoors.
Vibe X2 powered by octa-core MT 6595m chipset from MediaTek, that claims to run all eight-cores simultaneously, another thing is, it has improved battery consumption levels, less-heating innards and decent real-time performance experience.
While looking in to storage, the phone offers 32 spaces, but you can’t use any MicroSD card to extend it further. 5 MP front camera allows you to take a quality selfie snaps and the 13 MP camera at the back is impressive.
Vibe X2 runs on Android 4.4 KitKat version which looks better, for the price Rs 19,999, is good enough and it is easy to hold and use also.
So grab your own mobile and enjoy the world with new experience.
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