Lenovo announced two new smartphones in CES 2015. The Lenovo P90 is the first smartphone powered by the newest 64-bit Intel Atom processor and Intel XMM 7260 LTE-Advanced modem. While the Vibe X2 Pro features a 64-bit Snapdragon 615 processor and a similar striped design used by the Vibe X2.
The Lenovo P90 is the first smartphone to come with a 64-bit Intel Atom Z3560 chipset powered by a 1.83GHz quad core CPU. It runs Android 4.4 KitKat and sports 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a huge 4,000mAh battery. The IPS display measures 5.5 inches, with full HD resolution and an impressive 400 ppi. The main camera has a 13MP sensor with OIS, while the rear camera has a 5MP one.
The Lenovo P90 will come in Pearl White, Lava Red and Onyx Black. Availability is slated for February, with no information on price as of the moment.
Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro
The Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro has the same layered design used by the X2 that debuted last year. This time, the smartphone is powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 615 chipset with 1.5GHz octa core Cortex-A53 CPU and 2GB of RAM. It features a smaller 5.3 inch full HD IPS display and 32GB of storage. Interestingly enough, the X2 Pro uses 13MP sensors for both the main camera and the front camera.
The Vibe X2 Pro will have a variety of radios for connectivity, including a LTE Cat 4 and WiFi ac support. It will have a 2,410 mAh battery inside its 146.3 X 71.0 X 6.95mm body that tips the scales at 140g.
Lenovo Viber X2 Pro will launch in April, and will come in Champagne Gold, Rock Pink and Electric Blue.
Lenovo VIBE Xtension Selfie Flash
The Vibe X2 Pro comes with a cool accessory – the Lenovo Vibe Xtension Selfie flash. The pocket sized flash plugs on the Vibe X2 Pro’s 3.5mm audio jack, and function as a flash for selfies. The Selfie Flash works by using 8 diffused LEDs to supplement available light for natural color tones, even in low light condition. The rechargeable flash provides up to 100 selfies in a single charge to snap and share pictures day and night, while the 100% shutter sync times seamlessly to capture picture-perfect selfies.