Even if Samsung and Sony stole the show at IFA 2013 with their long expected flag ships, Lenovo also announced their ultra-thin Vibe X smart phone. The Lenovo Vibe X is a very sleek and elegant droid, just 6.9 mm thin, weighing a mere 120 grams and sporting an impressive 5 inches wide touchscreen, with full HD 1080 resolution.
Vibe X is one of the most compact devices you will find on the market and is the successor of the K900, combining high end specs with a reasonable price tag. While the K900 used the snappy Atom processor from Intel, the Vibe X runs on a quad core Mediatek 6589T CPU clocked at 1.6 GHz.
Among other goodies one could expect from a top of the range smartphone, the Vibe comes with 2 GB of RAM,16 GB of internal storage, a 2000 mAh power unit and runs on Android 4.2 JellyBean out of the box. Weird enough, Lenovo failed to add a micro SD card slot for expanding its storage capability, and that’s a pity.
The main selling point of the Vibe X is the 5 inches wide IPS display, a full HD unit with an impressive 441 ppi pixel density, protected by Gorilla Glass 3.
For multimedia purposes, the droid comes with 2 cameras, one 13 Megapixels shooter on the back,with auto focus and LED flash and a front facing 5 Megapixels snapper, for video-calling and the like.
We don’t have details about its pricing, unfortunately. But the Lenovo Vibe X will be launched in China in October and around the world later in December this year.