We've seen a shitload of new smartphones enter our gadget wishlists this year. However, we haven't seen anything like this:
That, boys and girls, is the all-new Lenovo Vibe X2 a.k.a. the world's first "layered" phone. Nope, we're not talking about that hairstyle our long-haired bros sported a decade ago for the love of F4. "Layered" here is just a fancy way of saying that the handset looks like a metallic multi-layered cake when viewed from the side.
Be that as it may, the results can't be argued: Lenovo's latest superphone is among the most stunning handsets we've seen this year!
Take a gander at this handsome mother's sleek right side below:
The Vibe X2 sure is eye-pleasing. It will also blow you away with its drool-worthy hardware. We're talking about a device that has an octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and a 5-inch Full-HD display. #Matindi
At the back of the device is a 13-megapixel camera with auto-focus for taking better photos with detail at all the right places. If that's not enough to make you do a big thumbs-up sign, 4G connectivity is also part of the mix. In a nutshell, this allows the Vibe X2 to do blazing-fast mobile web browsing of up to 40Mbps. (Want more reasons why you should ride the 4G bandwagon? Click here!)
Finally, the Vibe X2 also has dual-SIM capability. While that might not be a game-changing feature, we still like it because of one word: convenience. Hey, sometimes one SIM card is not nearly enough for both work and play, right?
For those who plan to snag th Vibe X2, prepare P18,999. That's no small amount, yes, but at least you'll have a pogi phone that's super-fast and can help you pull off this ultra-cheesy pick-up line: "Hey, this phone is layered like a cake, so it's sweet, like you." Seriously though, as we've said countless times in the past, hardcore specs come with a price.
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