A few days ago had a piece on a guide that showcased the features of the new Lenovo UI. Today we catch a new glimpse of  Vibe UI 2.0, particularly features related to the lockscreen and the functioning of the device when you’re busy.


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There’s a special “Away” mode, that seems to be a Do Not Disturb feature, able to reply automatically to calls with text messages. There’s also a timer for this mode and a minimalistic and intuitive UI that seems associated with night time usage. There’s also a bulk text sending feature here and a function that activates certain types of connectivity or connects to certain networks only during a certain scenario, like for example arriving at a certain location.

The official Lenovo guide also shows other gimmicks, like moving the hour/time around the lockscreen and easily switching lockscreen wallpapers with gestures. Finally, there’s the already famous floating video feature, sort of like Samsung’s Pop Up Play and already available on a ton of devices.

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Via Lenovo

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