لنوو علاوه بر لپتاپ ها و تبلت هاي مختلفی که نمايشگاه IFA امسال معرفی کرده، یک تلفن هوشمند جذاب با نمایشگر 1080p پنج اینچی را نیز به معرض نمایش گذاشت.نام اين اسمارت فون جديد Vibe X بوده و از نظر مشخصات فني در جايگاه قابل قبولي قرار گرفته است.
از مشخصات فني اسمارت فون Vibe X لنوو ميتوان به پردازنده ۴ هسته ای مدیاتک MT6589T با فرکانس ۱.۵ گیگاهرتز، ۲ گیگابایت رم، ۱۶ یا ۳۲ گیگابایت حافظه داخلی، و باتری ۲۰۰۰ میلی آمپری اشاره کرد.
علاوه بر دوربین ۱۳ مگاپیکسلی در عقب، این تلفن یک دوربین رو به جلوی ۵ مگاپیکسلی با زاویه باز ۸۴ درجه نیز دارد. به لطف گوریلا گلس ۳ و بدنه پلی کربنات با کیفیت، ضخامت این تلفن به ۶.۹ میلیمتر می رسد و تنها ۱۲۱ گرم وزن دارد.هنوز قیمت این محصول اعلام نشده است.
منبع : engadget
Lenovo Vibe X stuffs 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core chip into slim and light body (update: video)
While Lenovo's Snapdragon 800-powered phone has yet to make an official appearance, the Chinese company's gone ahead and unveiled its other quad-core flagship device: the Vibe X aka IdeaPhone S960. Much like most of its recent siblings, this Android 4.2 slate is powered by a MediaTek SoC — the quad-core 1.5GHz MT6589T, specifically, with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage. There's also a 5-inch 1080p IPS display and a 2,000mAh internal battery, along with a 5-megapixel, 84-degree front-facing camera plus a 13-megapixel main imager on the back. As you'd expect, the camera app will come with face enhancement features for your bad skin days, and Lenovo also teases a "full-featured" photo app that lets you organize your photos (with tags and folders), as well as making puzzles with them.
Thanks to Gorilla Glass 3 and the "premium polycarbonate body" (with "fabric-like surface" and side chrome accents), the overall package weighs 121g only and is just 6.9mm thick — the same thickness as the slightly larger but metallic, Intel-powered K900. Also, while the Vivo X3 with the same MediaTek chip and battery capacity is way thinner at 5.75mm (sorry, Huawei!), do bear in mind that its 5-inch display only has a 720p resolution.
There's no price nor a date just yet, but as with most Lenovo phones these days, we've been told that the Vibe X will not be entering either Europe or the US. As the Chinese saying goes: you can quench thirst by thinking of the plums. By "plums" we mean the press release and our first impressions after the break.
So, now that we've given you a broadside of specs, it's time to talk about how this thing behaves in the hand. Firstly, it's important to note just how thin and light the Vibe X is, and with its tapered back it does float very comfortably in your paw. While the frame is made of polycarbonate sprayed with metallic silver paint, the rear cover has had its plastic laser-engraved to feel like fabric. We wouldn't necessarily agree with "fabric," but there's certainly a premium feel to the back that isn't matched by the slightly tacky frame.
We're very taken with the phone's 1080p display, and we're reasonably confident that its backlight will be able to hold its own against the noonday sun. Performance-wise, however, there is an issue, because that quad-core 1.5GHz MediaTek SoC didn't offer the smoothest of experience we've seen. In fact, considering that this handset runs the Project Butter-infused Android 4.2, the lag and stuttering is reminiscent of a handset from a few years ago – so we hope that the company can iron out this issue before the Vibe X hits shelves.
Lenovo Vibe X stuffs 5inch 1080p display, quadcore chip into slim and light body
On the imaging front, our hurried snap with the 13-megapixel primary camera was decent, although we did expect better depth and definition when we zoomed into the images. In fact, the results seemed to get cloudier and more washed-out the further we pulled in, and we saw the same milky pictures when testing the 5-megapixel forward-facing unit.
While there's no word yet on how much the Vibe X will set you back, it'll land in China at some point in October. In December, the company will also launch it in 12 more territories, but none of them include Europe and the US.