When Lenovo acquired Motorola, I changed my Motorola phone with Lenovo, it was Lenovo Vibe X2 also known as Lenovo X2. I have previously shared a trick about the phone on How to enable 3g/4g on second SIM.
Vibe X2 is a benchmark phone from Lenovo having 2GB of RAM, 2GHz Octa-core big.LITTLE CPU and many more features with 5 inches stunning Full HD display.
For full features and review, visit mobile specification page at PR’s Mobiles.
After a long wait, finally Lenovo has released Android L for Lenovo Vibe X2 while newer phones like Lenovo A7000 and others came with Android L. Lenovo has build a User Interface and named it Vibe UI, this phone comes with Vibe UI 2.0 which gives similar look and functionalities like iPhones which app drawer which we can see on MI phones also. However, you can use your favorite launcher from Google Play to make it look like stock one. This phone has Android version 4.4.2 (Kitkat) which is highly customized and in front-end only few apps are stock, most of apps are modified or replaced with Lenovo Apps packed with lots of extra feature. Being a highly customized version, this make us wait a lot for Android L (5.0) update.
This update is of 1.11 GB size, when we have received Lollipop update for Motorola phones they have lesser size (around 365 MB) but as being highly customized version this upgrade has download size of 3 times.
While we are downloading update, you can also check with your phones. We will share more details about Android L version and screens once our phone gets updated to Android Lollipop.
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