Lenovo Vibe X3 price, specs, release date: TENAA gives away some specs; device will have Snapdragon 810 processor and fingerprint sensor


Fans excited about Lenovo’s new smartphone can now view the device’s specs thanks to the Chinese telecommunications regulator TENAA.

According to Phone Arena, Lenovo’s new Vibe X3 smartphone has received certification from the Chinese regulator. As a result, the phone’s specifications are now available from the certification agency’s website.

The certification revealed that the Vibe X3 will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 SoC processor. The processor will be backed up by 3GB of RAM.

In addition, Phone Arena said, the device will be a 5.5-inch smartphone, with a display screen outputting a resolution of 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels. As for its storage space, GSM Arena said that the device has a native storage of 32GB. However, this is expandable using micro SD memory cards.

In addition, Realty Today said, the Vibe X3 will give users a 21-megapixel rear camera that comes with a dual LED flash unit. For selfie shooting, they will be able to use an 8-megapixel shooter mounted at the front of the device.

The device will also be running Google’s Android 5.1.1 version of Lollipop, and is capable of LTE connectivity, the article added.

GSM Arena also reported on an earlier leak regarding the Vibe X3 on GFXBench, which stated that the Vibe X3 will have Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS for its connectivity options. It will also reportedly be equipped with a fingerprint sensor located on its back portion, as well as stereo speakers.

There is still no word from Lenovo to confirm the leak at TENAA’s website, Ecumenical News said.

Among the details that were not revealed is the limit of the storage space expansion, the article said, as well as the official release date for the device.

The Vibe X3 was first leaked in February together with the Vibe S1, Vibe P1, Vibe P1 Pro and Vibe Max. They were initially thought to be announced during this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in March, but the devices only appeared in the previous months.