Lenovo Vibe X launched in Indonesia

Lenovo are branching out in to Asia as their Mediatek powered Vibe X hit’s stores in Indonesia.

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The Lenovo Vibe X has been selling steadily here in China and is now on sale at Rp 4,499,000 (around $400) in Indonesia. The mid-ranger offers customers a full 5-inch FHD 1920 x 1080 display, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, 13 mega-pixel main camera, 5MP front, quad-core CPU, 2GB RAM and an all metal body.

The Vibe X ships with Android 4.2 but Lenovo have promised to update the phone to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

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  1. Luke
    January 18, 2014

    Dont trust lenovo! Iam owner of a k900 and i never seen that ignorance from producer and supporters team to customers. Anybody who has phone from lenovo knows what iam talking abbout.

    • Fjante
      January 18, 2014

      can you please elaborate what kind of faults the K900 have/has? I’m hearing very bad battery life on the k900. Thanks

      • Luke
        January 19, 2014

        Hi. For first sorry for my Eng.
        So there is multiple problems with thats phone and system as well. Battery life is something what you have to expect from configuration of 5.5FHD + intel atom + just 2500mAh. But what you dont expect is low performance with this configuration. I had a lot of phones and i never seen disoptimized device like this one. Lenovo’s version of android is piece of ****! They are so long time on the market with notebooks and other stuf, but they leads his smartphones division into the hell so fast as is possible. Peoples what pays 400-500€ for that “flagship” are angry, because they has just a good looking friend for his expensive watches.
        Problems with wifi connection…many times i just can’t connect to any wifi-solved with restart of device. Problems with RAM consumption…after the start OS i have 60-70% of RAM used and any memory booster is able to reduce it on 45-55% and only for few seconds, because all that stoped system aplications will start again. Than if i browse internet with chrome or opera or any other browser and want to check multiple sites at once, the rest of RAM is too small and you are facing to problems with lagging…slowing all the aplications down and again best solution is restart. Problem with graphic performance…browsing of net…scrolling pages…camera laging and even bad results in antutu or 3d mark in 2d and 3d graphic tests. But the bigest problem is that everything can be fixed by the new OPTIMIZED system, but unfortunately there is nobody from lenovo who cares of it. Lots of guys are asking even few months for some solutions and new OS but nobody from lenovo support team anshweers. My opinion is ” Stay away from any Lenovo’s smartphone till time, when competent persons of lenovo team gets kicked hard from market and they will be changed or when the Intel’s team will take care of it.”

        • Fjante
          January 19, 2014

          Good review! Thank you for your reply, I will NOT buy a Lenovo k900 then..!! I wish you the best 🙂

  2. Vlastimil Čech
    January 18, 2014

    LOOL so big price for only 4 core? Go to the hell Lenovo! if you dont make P780+(32GB ROM, 2GB ram, and 4000mah baterry–and price lower than this 400USD) you are terrible company and couldnt be number ONE in the world..

  3. Joe
    January 19, 2014

    P780 still the best version, quad core+8gb internal+up to 32external+1 GB Ram+4000mah battry (highest cpcty i guess), it is worth for $300 in 2013.