It's not been too long since the launch of the Lenovo's generation Vibe X smarpthone. Apparently, a new Vibe X2 is likely to be released soon. This will be the augmented variant of the recently launched Vibe X2.
The new device has been spotted on the Chinese certification site - TENAA, which is equivalent to the FCC. The listing on the site reveal almost all the details of the upcoming phone.
Thus, the new Vibe X2 which was approved by China's Telecommunications Equipment Center, which means it might be launched in China soon, sports a larger 5.3-inch display with the same 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution that was used on the previous model. The new device is also a bit taller than the original, and slightly thinner (6.8 mm versus 7.3 mm).
Although, the processor is also the same octa core one from MediaTek, the upcoming model has been lower clocked CPU at 1.5 GHz, which is opposed to the Vibe X2's 2 GHz. This model will also use a 2 GB of RAM and run on Android KitKat OS.
Other specs detailed on the site include LTE connectivity, an 8 MP front-facing camera, 13 MP rear camera with LED flash, 16 GB of internal memory, and microSD card slot.
The site also mentions that the new Vibe X2 will be offered in White, Gold, and Silver variants. However, information pertaining to the battery and availability of the device is yet to be revealed. Thus, the Chinese smartphone maker might take a couple of more days or weeks, probably, to reveal the release schedule.
Until then, you can stay tuned to GizBot for other updates!