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It’s been a while since arguably Lenovo’s best looking phone, the Vibe X2 went on sale in markets like China and India. However, the Chinese market only saw the device in TD-SDCMA avatar. Until now!
Lenovo’s Vibe X2 and Vibe Z2 launched with True8Core and 64-bit SoCs respectively.
The Lenovo X2 is now set to come in not one, but two avatars.
Huawei have made a further teaser to promote their upcoming launch, but what exactly are they going to release?
Goophone X3, the Vivo X3 wannabe just went on sale at the official Goophone website alongside the Goophone X2, a budget quad-core smartphone.
Chinese manufacturer Voto have released the WCDMA version of the Voto X2, a $130 version of the flagship UMi X2 smartphone!
The octacore Hike X2 has now been listed and available to try at Hike stores across China and come equipped with Mediatek’s NFC rival “Hotknot”.
The Voto V5 Youth makes an appearance again sporting it’s UMi X2 body with low-cost, but high performance internals!
Xiaomi is beginning to feel the heat with innumerable local manufacturers launching quad-core smartphones to rival the company’s low-cost Hongmi smartphone. Latest on this list of rivals is the 799 Yuan VOTO V5!
UMi have gone down the ‘s’ updating route for their next flagship device which looks alot like their current 5-inch X2 but with redesigned navigation buttons.
UMi have officially announced a price cut on both current versions of the UMi X2 starting from just $160!
UMi have posted photos of the first UMi Cross phablets to come off the production line, could a full launch be just around the corner?
UMi look like they are ready to launch their 6.44-inch UMi Cross tablet, and although we haven’t had chance to get a hands on (yet) we did get to see the rear case main chassis.
This handy UMi X2 dock will keep your 5-inch 1080 phone safely docked while charging.
Umi will be launching what they are calling the UMi X2 practical edition on 6th September, so what makes this more practical than previous versions?
UMi have managed to keep out of the spotlight for a few months which has given them time to work on their next device, the UMi Cross phablet.