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Lenovo Launching Vibe X3 Smartphone on January 27

It is happy say that Lenovo vibe X3 will going to launch in India by January 27, since the product was first unveiled last month before. Representative and executive member of Lenovo gives press meet to The Mobile Indian and adds that only 32GB variant smartphone is launching in India.

The super smartphone price around Rs 20,000 as much expected, Lenovo Vibe X3 comes with dual SIM and it has expandable storage upto 128GB.

Already the product launched in China of 32GB variant, the approximate price is around Rs 26,000. Whereas 64 GB Lenovo Vibe X3 is around Rs 31,000 also in a ‘Youth’ variant is price around 19,500.
Lenovo Launching Vibe X3 Smartphone on January 27
Lenovo Launching Vibe X3 Smartphone on January 27
Detailed specification of Lenovo Vibe X3:

Size:           It has 5.5-Inch Full HD resolution

Protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Camera:     21 MP rear with LED flash, a 8MP selfie shooter

Processor:  Snapdragon 808 hexa core processor with 3GB RAM

Storage:     16GB of expandable storage

Network:    4G and dual-SIM functionality

Battery:      A bit big backup of 3,500 mAh battery 

The 64GB variant product as same feature of its 32GB variant but it has higher storage capacity and both the product able to play 4K video support. From the leading smartphone company has stepped to launch its 3GB RAM smartphone this Month 27.

Extra features:

Some extra feature given as its Camera comes with Sony IMX230 sensor, Fingerprint sensor, phase detection, LED flash light and it is playback support of 4K videos.

From the official announcement also adds that, the Youth variant of Vibe X3 comes with minimum specification score than its predecessor. Rear camera comes with 13 megapixel and has 5 megapixel selfie shooter. Youth variant processor has 1.3GHz Octa-core MediaTek processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. 


For the exclusive update about the Lenovo Vibe X3 stay with official announcement, we update the news meanwhile as soon.

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