Virtual reality-enabled smartphones seem to be the talk of town lately, with a number of brands touting this feature on their phones. Lenovo is jumping on that bandwagon as well, as they just recently unveiled two brand new phones, the Lenovo Vibe X3 and the Lenovo K4 Note, both of which are the first in line to support Lenovo’s TheaterMax VR technology.

The Lenovo Vibe X3 is a 5.5 inch smartphone, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, with 3GBs of RAM and 32GBs of storage. At the back meanwhile is a 21.0MP camera that’s not only able to capture some pretty great-looking photos, but it can also record video in 4K resolution.

The camera is not the only selling point of the Vibe X3 as the phone also sports a 3-microphone system and state-of-the-art Wolfson audio codec built in, which effectively filters out ambient noise while enhancing sound quality.

The Lenovo Vibe X3 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GBs of RAM and 32GBs of storage space, expandable via MicroSD

The Lenovo Vibe X3 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GBs of RAM and 32GBs of storage space, expandable via MicroSD

On top of that, the Vibe X3 also comes certified with Dolby ATMOS audio technology, as the phone comes built with a 32-bit audio DAC, ensuring low sound distortions, making audio sound amazing on both speakers and headphones.

The Vibe X3 has also been given an upgrade in the form of a 3,500mAh battery, providing users with the freedom to watch videos all day long on the phone without having to worry about the battery depleting too quickly.

For those looking for a more affordable option, Lenovo has also unveiled the Lenovo K4 Note, featuring a vibrant 5.5 inch Full HD display, similar to the Vibe X3. Powered by a MediaTek MT6753 processor, The K4 note also sports 2GB of RAM and 32GBs of storage, with an option to expand up to 128GBs via a MicroSD slot.

The Lenovo K4 Note meanwhile is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 processor with 2GBs of RAM and 32GB of storage, which can also be expanded via MicroSD

The Lenovo K4 Note meanwhile is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 processor with 2GBs of RAM and 32GB of storage, which can also be expanded via MicroSD

Like the Vibe X3, the K4 Note also features Dolby ATMOS speakers that allows you to enjoy listening to music and watching videos. This, coupled with the 3,300mAh battery ensures that you also can work and entertain yourself all day long.

Alongside the two phones, Lenovo Malaysia also unveiled the Lenovo VR, a mobile headset that works in tandem with both the Lenovo Vibe X3 and the K4 Note, together with the Lenovo TheaterMax technology. The headset is based on the ANTVR headset.

The Lenovo VR headset is based off the ANTVR of Kickstarter fame. It will be available soon, and will cost RM199 each

The Lenovo VR headset is based off the ANTVR of Kickstarter fame. It will be available soon, and will cost RM199 each

Both the Lenovo Vibe 3X and the Lenovo K4 Note are already available in the market for RM 1,899 and RM 999 respectively. The Lenovo VR headset meanwhile will retail for RM199 each, and will be available at participating retailers soon.

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