Lenovo Vibe 3X specs leak: Image render leaked; Phone to run on Android Lollipop, to feature similar features as Motorola phones


A new rendered image of the Lenovo ‘Lemon X’ also known as the Vibe 3X has been leaked online.

The phone has reportedly gone through the GeekBench benchmark testing and the specs posted support the information about the device that was leaked early this month via TENAA listing.

According to the benchmark listing reported by Napidroid, among the specs to watch out for include a hexacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 SoC which performed at a minimum of 1.4GHz.

The device will reportedly have a 3 GB RAM. The phone will also run on Android Lollipop.

The newly leaked specs are consistent with the specs under the TENAA listing which cited that the device will also run using an Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out-of-the-box. Information on the processor and the RAM are also the same.

However, the TENAA listing was more specific and indicated that the device will feature a 5.5-inch full-HD display, a fingerprint sensor in the rear, as well as 21 megapixel camera, reported NDTV.

The phone will also feature dual speakers in the front which comes as good news for music and media enthusiasts. The phone is also expected to support 4G LTE connectivity and feature a SIM and microSD card slot.

Meanwhile, based on the leaked image, it became noticeable that the phone has similar design features with Moto X smartphones, given that it’s the first time that Lenovo commissioned a unit designed by the Motorola hardware team.

In the image, the phone will feature a metal frame with antenna bands on the top and bottom edges while the camera and LED flash are within a pill shaped panel. The front panel will feature three capacitive buttons which include Home, Back and Multi-Window.