Lenovo has rolled out one of its anticipated devices at IFA 2014 called the Vibe X2. The Vibe X2 leaked before with some images and other details hitting the web late last month. With the official unveil at IFA 2014; we now know all the details on the smartphone. Lenovo says that the X2 is the world's first layered smartphone with the three layer gradient design and it will come in four colors- white, red, gold, and grey.
Under the hood the smartphone gets a MediaTek MT6595 4G LTE True8Core processor. The phone is also packed with power saving features to help the battery last longer. The display is a 5-inch FHD resolution unit with wide viewing angles.
The front camera is a 5MP unit with a wide-angle lens for selfie taking or video chats that has auto-shutter gesture controls able to activate the shutter by blinking your eye or smiling. The rear camera is a 13MP unit with auto-focus and a back-illuminated sensor and integrated LED flash.
Internal storage is 32GB and along with the Vibe X2 hardware, Lenovo is rolling out a bunch of accessories including a click-on battery, and a speaker. The battery is able to extend the life of the phone up to 75% while adding minimal bulk with its 5.1mm thickness. The X2 will launch in China this October before rolling out to other Lenovo markets later. It will sell for the equivalent of $399.