The Lenovo Vibe X3 has been certified
by TENAA, and benchmarked by
GeekBench. Now, the handset has posed for
photographs during the China Telecommunications Exhibition. This is apparently
the same exact phone, code named Lemon X, that we told you about earlier today
as being one
of the first Lenovo handsets to incorporate design cues from Motorola. As we
told you last month, Lenovo is now counting on Motorola to design and
manufacture its handsets.
There are at least two variants of this phone, both of
which have been certified by TENAA. One model has a flash to the side of the
rear camera lens, while the other model has the flash directly underneath the
camera and above the fingerprint sensor. The latter is the higher-end model of
the Vibe X3, which was photographed at the Exhibition.
This model features a 5.5-inch screen with extremely
thin bezels, not just on the sides, but also on top and bottom. The resolution
of the screen is 1080 x 1920, which works out to a 401ppi pixel density. The
Snapdragon 808 SoC is under the hood, featuring a hexa-core CPU and the Adreno
418 GPU. 3GB of RAM is inside, along with 64GB of internal storage. A 21MP
camera adorns the back of the unit, and an 8MP selfie snapper graces the front
of the phone. Dual SIM, dual standby capabilities are offered, and the lights
are kept on thanks to the 3500mAh juicer on board. Android 5.1 is pre-installed.