Two Vibes and a VR headset
LENOVO has added two new entries to its Vibe range, the X3 and K4 Note, and unveiled its first VR ( virtual reality) headset, the AntVR.
Both smartphones are the first models to feature TheaterMax, the company’s technology for converting regular video into VR ( virtual reality) content for viewing with the headset.
“More than 50% of digital content is consumed on mobile devices today, and smartphones continue to be users’ primary personal entertainment device,” says Lydia Foo, Lenovo Malaysia smartphone country lead.
The AntVR headset is also compatible with other Android smartphones.
The Vibe X3, Lenovo’s new flagship smartphone, has a 21- megapixel rear camera which is capable of shooting 4K videos with phase- detect autofocus.
It also has a 5.5in screen and 32GB of storage, and is powered by a 1.8GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 hexacore processor. The front- facing camera is 8 megapixels.
The K4 Note is a mid- range model with a 5.5in full HD screen, 13- megapixel rear camera and 5- megapixel front camera.
It runs on a 1.3GHz MediaTek octa- core processor and has 16GB of internal storage.
Both phones support Dolby Atmos which minimises noise and voice distortion when playing voice clips and songs.
The X3, only available in Pearl White, goes for RM1,899 while the K4 Note retails for RM999 and is available in Matte White and Matte Black. The AntVR headset is priced at
Lenovo’s new phones can convert a regular video into VR to be enjoyed with the AntVR headset.