Motorola-designed Lenovo ‘Lemon X’ Shown in Leaked Press Render
Lenovo has been rumored to be developing a new handset, allegedly called the Lemon X, for a while. Well, a press render of the upcoming phone has now leaked online, and from the looks of it, the device seems to resemble recent Moto X installments, especially from behind.
Also, there are a few other visual clues in the leak to suggest that the Motorola division might be behind the design of Lemon X.
Most obvious is the metallic rear camera structure and the Moto-esque metal frame with the antenna bands on the top and bottom edges, very similar to the new Moto lineup. Though the shape is slightly different, with the front-facing stereo speakers and the rear-fitted fingerprint sensor.
Also, there’s a trio of capacitive buttons – Home, Back and Multi-tasking – beneath the display, which is something that none of the current Moto phones include. Further, the design of the speaker grilles differs notable, as they sport a number of individually machined holes.
The Lemon X will reportedly feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display, 21 MP rear camera with dual-LED flash, 8 MP selfie shooter, Snapdragon 808 SoC, 2 or 3 GB RAM, and at least 32 GB internal storage space, along with microSD card slot. The phone would measure 154×76.49.4mm, and weigh 175 grams.
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