Lenovo 'Lemon X' aka Vibe X3 Launch Set for Monday

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Lenovo 'Lemon X' aka Vibe X3 Launch Set for Monday
Lenovo has confirmed an event on Monday where the company can be expected to launch the Vibe X3 aka 'Lemon X' in China. The company in a teaser post on Weibo confirmed the Monday launch event.

Additionally, the Vibe X3 aka 'Lemon X' smartphone has been spotted in a Tenaa listing showing images and specifications ahead of the anticipated Monday launch. In official teasers shared by the Chinese company, it stresses on the enhanced audio capabilities of the handset.

According to the Tenaa listing, the Lenovo Vibe X3 aka 'Lemon X' will feature a Snapdragon 808 processor clubbed with 3GB of RAM. It will run Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and come with a 5.5-inch full-HD display. For the camera, the Tenaa listing shows there will be a 21-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash while an 8-megapixel front camera will also be on board. It is said to be measure 154x76.4x9.4mm and weigh 175 grams.

In the images on the Tenaa site, the Vibe X3 can be seen featuring three capacitive buttons - Home, Back and Multi-Window. Other noticeable feature in the front panel is the speaker grille design of the dual-front speakers on the Lenovo Vibe X3 aka 'Lemon X'. The grilles now sport individual machine-holed design and are likely to come with Dolby audio technology. The Tenaa listing images are in-line with earlier leaked images and show a fingerprint sensor on the back panel. Notably, this is not the first that the Lenovo Vibe X3 aka 'Lemon X' has been spotted in Tenaa listings.

Considering that the Lenovo K3 was launched in China as the Lenovo K3 Music Lemon, the company may drop the Vibe-branding and launch it as Lenovo X3 and in China as Lenovo Lemon X3. We will have to wait for the company's Monday launch event to see.

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