Dec 01, 2015 01:47 AM EST
The users have the opportunity to purchase a device with a flagship caliber hardware and a timeless design from Lenovo Vibe X3 for the price tag of USD $389. The Lenovo company has produced high-quality products that play both high end and low end in the market of devices over the years. Now it is offering a device in the congested midrange category with its new product called Lenovo Vibe X3.
Lenovo Vibe X3 is equipped with a 5.5-inch display with 401 ppi pixel density and full HD resolution. The display itself produces real to life images and with good viewing angles to boot. It is powered with a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 partnered with a 3 GB of RAM that enables the device to operate lag-free that ensures the smooth user experience.
The device is offered in two variants with 32 GB and 64 GB that are both expandable up to 128 GB through a micro SD slot. It supports a hybrid dual SIM slot that is 4G enabled, and powering the device is a 3600 mAh battery that can give it enough power for it to run up to 10 hours of moderate usage.
Vibe X3 also has a Dolby audio system that gives the user an immersive music experience. It also has a 21 megapixel rear camera coupled with an 8 megapixel front shooter that is capable of 1080p recording and producing high-quality pictures. Compared to some of the most midrange smartphones in the market, Vibe X3 is equipped with a fingerprint sensor that is located at the back of the device for added security and unlocking features. The device runs on Android 5.1. operating system, yet Lenovo hasn't revealed any information about a possible system upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Lenovo Vibe X3 was launched in China, and it is expected to start international market distribution soon.
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