Two variants of the upcoming Lenovo X2 in tow

The Lenovo X2-T0 was recently talked about, when it received network certification here in China. It’s now been learnt that the slim-profile smartphone will have not one but two variants.

The 2.2GHz clock frequency raised speculations of the smartphone having the new MT6595 octa-core CPU from MediaTek, but unfortunately, it looks like there’s going to be nothing of that sort. Instead, the 2.2GHz CPU will have just two cores, pointing at an entry-level smartphone that we might have in our hands. There’s no word on what make the 2.2GHz dual-core CPU will be of.


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The other variant — the X2-CU — will however present octa-core computing and hence fall in the mid-to-high range of the spectrum. Interestingly, both variants will feature a common chassis that apparently aims at the style conscious. There’ll also be fairly common specifications on the phones, minus the CPU: 5-inch 1920 x 1080p screens, 2GB of RAM, 16/32GB of on-board storage, and an imaging department consisting a 13 mega-pixel rear and a 5 mega-pixel front.

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1 Comment

  1. realjjj
    August 28, 2014

    Hmm that might be cool
    It could actually be the Tegra K1 Denver based dual core and unlikely we’ll see many with it. Or could be some Intel dual core and then who cares but it’s unlikely to be dual core Intel at those clocks in a phone.