Lenovo handset, Made by Motorola: First of its Kind
Big news in tech industry, it was, when Lenovo purchased Motorola, for a little less than expected price. As far as the mergers go, they rarely tend to gel things together well. After a solo flight for more than a year now, Both were struggling on their own, so Lenovo has merged its mobile operations with Motrola’s . Now Lenovo handsets would be made by Motorola. That’s something to look forward too.
So, it appears that the first Motorola-made Lenovo handset is well on its way. Lovingly named the Lenovo Lemon X (most probably a working title), it’s a 5.5” phablet with stereo front-firing speakers and a fingerprint scanner on the back. It has recently paid a visit at TENAA – China’s telecommunications equipment certification center – and keen eyes have spotted another handset coming through alongside it – one that looks similar, but specs tell us is a midrange variant of the same line.
The suspected Lemon X, named Lenovo X3c70, appears to have a metal build with polished looks. Its thickness is listed at 0.37” (9.4 mm), but the arched back and thin bezels speak of a phone that just may be a pleasure to hold. Its main camera is listed as a 21 MP snapper, while its selfie cam has an 8 MP sensor. The phone has 3 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory, and a hexa-core processor – most likely the Snapdragon 808. And, as previously mentioned, it rocks a 5.5” display, which has a 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. The possibility for storage expansion via microSD is still up in the air, as TENAA has it listed as “stand by”.
It sure seems to have a design stamp by Motorola, as they make fair bit better phones than Lenovo. Let us know in comments down below about what you think of this newcomer.