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!)