Unannounced Lenovo Vibe Max phablet tipped to pack stylus pen, NFC and fingerprint sensor
Lenovo is one of the companies expected to unveil products at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month. However, the Chinese tech company, now in possession of Motorola, is scheduled to announce 5 smartphones at the event (exclusive of Motorola phones).
According to Chinese sources, the Lenovo Vibe Max smartphone is set to break cover with a 6-inch QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) touchscreen and guess what? A stylus pen. This will be the first time we are going to see a Lenovo smartphone with a stylus — the stylus is not a popular technology anyway — Lenovo’s pen will be called AnyPen, just like Samsung’s is called S Pen.
We couldn’t ascertain contents of the phone’s engine but we understood the device will pack a fingerprint sensor and NFC, also a gigantic 4000mAh battery should be found on board.
That’s all we have on the Vibe Max. For the records, there’s another Lenovo device expected to show up at the MWC. This one is called the Lenovo Vibe Shot with the name being inspired by a hyped 16-megapixel camera and triple LED flash at the back of the device.