Lenovo has been one of the primary Chinese names to come up in the Indian smartphone market much before names like Xiaomi and Gionee came up. And you might remember its brilliant Vibe Z handset that started it all in the big game.
The company recently went into news with the release of the brand new Lenovo Vibe X2 in India for Rs. 19,990. And as of now, the phone has been made available exclusively on Flipkart. The handset was first announced at the company's IFA 2014 tech show, and has been tagged as the 'world's first layered smartphone'.
While everyone is speaking about the handset's specs, and you will find many a place where it has been posted, should the specs be the only determining factor to buy the handset? Hence, we take a look at the top 5 reasons to buy it.
Going by the fact that the camera on the previous Vibe Z was an absolute treat, we are also expecting the same from the X2. The company is offering a 13MP primary camera and a 5MP snapper with a new simplified UI. There are multiple shooting modes give you creative flexibility, alongside beautification features that gives you more options on tinkering with your photos.
Users could add another layer to their smartphone with convenient VIBE Xtension click-on smart layers. This can fuel the phone's battery for up to 75% more battery life. You can even amplify your VIBE with the VIBE X2 Speaker, delivering JBL quality audio.
Dual SIM handsets are a big thing in the native market, and Lenovo isn't backing away from offering the same as well. Dual SIM saves you the cost of owning two handsets as this new Vibe handset works as both. This feature is only available in India.
Expect this new Vibe to come with the latest in Android, that is, the previously released and massively popular Android KitKat OS. This means you can listen to music while browsing the web, or race down the highway with the latest hit game, all without a hitch.
The Vibe X2 supports high-speed LTE (4G) networks for the fastest data connectivity, helping you reach your full enjoyment potential when browsing, watching, reading, gaming or chatting online.