Motorola designed Lenovo Lemon X to come in two variants

After acquisition of Motorola from Lenovo, the company announced that all its new smartphones will be designed, developed and Manfactured by Motorola. Lenovo announced that, their newest smartphone, which will be designed by Motorola is named as Lenovo Lemon X. The fresh leaks about this smartphone hinted that it will have two different versions of this smartphone.

Motorola designed Lenovo Lemon X to come in two variants

As per the listing of Lenovo Lemon X on GSMDome website, the first variant of Lenovo lemon X smartphone codenamed Lenovo K51c78 will flaunt a 5.5 inch Full HD Display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. It will be powered by 1.3 GHz Octa Core processor backed by 2 GB of RAM. With 16 GB of Internal storage, this smartphone comes with an expandable storage capacity by a MicroSD Card up to 32 GB.


Lenovo Lemon X may boast a 8 or 13 MP camera with an LED flash. Also, it may have a 5 MP front camera for selfies. This smartphone will be 4G LTE Supported


Another variant named Lenovo X3c70 will flaunt the same display configuration as the previous variant does, but in another variant, Lenovo used a Snapdragon 808 Hexa-core processor backed by 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal storage capacity.


This variant of Lenovo Lemon X will boast a massive 21 MP rear camera with Dual-tone LED Flash, and an 8 MP front camera.

Both variants of this smartphone runs on Android Lollipop 5.1 version and has 4G LTE Support. There might have a fingerprint scanner attached to the back of this device. Also, it might have a full metal body for a classic look. There is no official word from Lenovo or Motorola about the specifications about this smartphone. But after recent leak, The company will soon launch this smartphone in the market.

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