A while ago we learned that Lenovo Mobile merged into Motorola and today it appears we’re getting a glimpse at the first handset that Moto designed for Lenovo. It’s called Lenovo Lemon X and you can check it out below.



The image comes from solid leakster @upleaks and it appears to be a handset that feels a bit like the latest Nexus models. There are dual front speakers here and you can clearly feel the Moto X influence upfront, while at the back there’s a bit of Lenovo action going on. The camera module with its elongated look also throws back to the newest Moto G and Moto X units, plus there appears to be a fingerprint scaner in there too.

Lemon X is probably a codename, since usually the word “lemon” is associated with something that doesn’t work properly. There’s Dolby branding on the back, so that’s a promise of solid acoustics. Moto is keeping busy these days, burning the candle on both ends and designing handsets both from the Droid series and for Lenovo, it seems.

via ubergizmo

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