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Lenovo's first stylus-equipped smartphone, the Vibe Max, rumored for MWC 2015 launch
Just yesterday, we reported that Lenovo could possibly launch five new handsets at Mobile World Congress 2015 including the Vibe Shot, Vibe X3, P1, P1 Pro and Vibe S1. But there seems to be another rumor floating around, hinting that a sixth handset will be announced as well. According to the Thai tech website MXPhone that leaked the original rumor, Lenovo will also launch the Vibe Max, the company’s first stylus-equipped smartphone.
The report states that the Vibe Max will be the largest handset out of the six, and will feature a 6-inch Quad HD display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560. It will also come with a stylus called the AnyPen. There are no specific details regarding the AnyPen features quite yet, but we’re assuming it will have similar features to Samsung’s S-Pen. Moreover, the Vibe Max is also rumored to have a fingerprint sensor, NFC capabilities and a very large battery.
Unfortunately for now, we don’t have any images of the Vibe Max, but we’ll be sure to update this post if any photos surface. Lenovo certainly wants to be a big hit at the trade show this year, and we’re incredibly excited to see what they have to offer. Android Authority will be on the floor at MWC 2015, so stay tuned for all of the latest news from Lenovo and all the other OEMs that will be in attendance at the trade show.