Lenovo brings Vibe X3, Vibe K4 Note multimedia phones to PH

Big sound and even bigger screens in tow

Lenovo has made quite a splash in the Philippines with great, sub-Php10,000 smartphones like the A7000 Plus, but the Chinese company, which owns Motorola, isn’t shifting its focus away from the midrange. And understandably so, because higher-priced items make a company more money.

Which brings us to the Lenovo Vibe X3 and Vibe K4 Note, two cousins with 5.5-inch, full-resolution displays and mid-market pedigree and all it implies — in the case of Lenovo, Dolby-certified speakers and an app drawer-less user interface on top of last-gen Android software (Lollipop).

Neither of these phones will blow your socks off, though to be fair, it’s rarely the case that in-betweeners ever do.

Lenovo Vibe X3

Lenovo Vibe X3

But if you’re in the market for a reasonably priced device that delivers a big sound and an even bigger viewing experience, Vibe X3 or K4 Note might be a good match for all your multimedia needs.

And it doesn’t hurt that the two Lenovos are powerful in their own right; the higher-end X3 houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 system-on-a-chip and 3GB of RAM — the same configuration as last year’s flagship LG G4 and BlackBerry Priv phones — the K4 Note, meanwhile, enjoys the same serving of RAM and is built around one of MediaTek’s newer octa-core processors.

Lenovo Vibe K4 Note

Lenovo K4 Note

The X3 and K4 Note also share a similar-looking chassis featuring two front-facing speakers, a tapered back, and a metal band that runs along the sides of the hardware. There’s also a fingerprint scanner and internals that make fast charging possible.

The Lenovo Vibe X3 and Vibe Note 4 cost Php22,099 ($480) and Php10,699 ($230) in the Philippines, respectively, and both will come with a free VR headset when they hit stores this month.

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