The new Vibe X2 Pro joins Lenovo's current Vibe Phone line. The new full-metal-back handset has the same layered design as the regular X2 while the stacks of color make it look unique. In terms of specs, the X2 Pro is no shrinking violet with a 5.3-inch screen that's been said to be outdoor viewing friendly and is powered by a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa-core 1.5 GHz processor.
One notable drawback is that the X2 Pro only runs Android 4.4. On the flipside, with auto-focus front and rear cameras that count 13 MP photography enthusiasts need not fret.
Vibe Band V10
Despite having some functions like step, sleep and calorie tracking, the Vibe band V10 is still grounded based on phone, text and social network notifications. Messages up to 200 characters are able to be displayed on the V10's screen.
As for some of the bells and whistles, the Band V10 has an IPx7 waterproof rating and a proximity sensor to tell if your phone has drifted too far away. It would only be available in Asian markets so our Asian readers can rejoice and it should be priced at around $99 (approximately RM 300) and it should hit shelves around April.
Vibe Xtension Selfie Flash
Lenovo's final announcements once again feeds into the phenomena that more and more begin to detest.
The Vibe Xtension Selfie Flash is a ring of nine LED bulbs that plug into your phone to give your selfie the perfect lighting.
Having one-hundred percent shutter sync prevents the occurrence of premature exposures, a single full charge would be able to light up 100 different selfies.
The accessory is compatible with the Vibe X2 Pro and other phones with compatible software. It's priced at an affordable $25 (roughly RM 80) and is once again not available in the US so hopefully selfies there would be less prevalent.