While we were busy in Beijing yesterday Lenovo was wooing the crowds at IFA with their new high-end Mediatek handset the Lenovo Vibe X.
Lenovo have jumped in to the Android phone market with both feet, and although their initial start was a bit wonky, their later devices have been true market leaders. The Lenovo Vibe X is a high-end 1080 phone based on the low-cost quad-core MT6589T Mediatek processor,
A 5-inch 1080 display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection takes up the whole front of the sleek 6.9mm alloy handset with a pixel density of 441PPI, the same as the Xiaomi Mi3.
The Vibe X also get’s a 5 mega-pixel front camera, 13 mega-pixel rear, single LED flash, 16GB memory but no SD card expansion. The phone will complete directly with devices such as the Vivo X3, Oppo R819 and others, and should be priced at around the $300.