Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro In Images - Our Hands On Gallery

Lenovo is going strong at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, the company has recently announced their new Vibe X2 Pro handset which sports the layered design you're going to either love or hate, depending on your preferences. The handset comes with a full-metal back and will be available in a range of colors. From the front it looks as ordinary as it gets, but as soon as you flip it over or just look at it from a side, things change. Anyhow, our hands-on images are in.

If you take a look at the gallery below you'll notice a bunch of images taken at CES 2015 which should give you a good idea of what the phone look like, Lenovo's Vibe Selfie Flash is also pictured in the gallery down below. It reminds me of some devices in Sony's Xperia line, though that's just me. The phone looks really good overall in my humble opinion though. The Vibe X2 Pro features a 5.3-inch 1080p display along with 2GB of RAM and is powered by Qualcomm's 64-bit Snapdragon 615 octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. This device ships with 32GB of internal storage and Android 4.4 KitKat with Lenovo's Vibe 2.0 UI on top of it. LTE support is here as well and the device will be available starting April 2015 for $499.

Lenovo has big plans for 2015, which include Motorola of course, which already has a solid set of devices out on the market but will surely introduce some new ones this year. This is just a start for Lenovo though, their Vibe X2 Pro and P90 handset are a good start of the year, but you can expect much more from this China-based smartphone manufacturer in 2015, that you can be sure of. Lenovo is a huge company and they won't stop here, that much is for sure. Stay tuned for our CES coverage and if you're interested to find out more details about the Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro handset, visit our main announcement article of that phone and make sure to tell us what you think about this device, both about the design and the phone in general.

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