In September, Lenovo announced the flagship Vibe X and now the Chinese company is adding two more smartphones to its 2013 line-up: the Lenovo S930 and the Lenovo S650.
The Lenovo S930 is an affordable mid-range 6-incher coming to rival the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3. Its display boasts 720p resolution resulting in the okay pixel density of 245 ppi. At the back, there's an 8MP camera sans a flash, while the 1.6MP snapper is located above the display.
Inside the Lenovo S930 ticks a MediaTek 6852 chip with a 1.3GHz quad-core CPU with a Mali-400MP and 1GB of RAM. Internal memory is just 8GB, but it's expandable thanks to the onboard memory card slot. The phablet measures 170 x 86. x8.65 mm which is decent, considering the screen size. It weighs 170 grams with the 3,000mAh battery included.
The Lenovo S650 is the more compact new addition with a 4.7" qHD display that has almost the same pixel density as the S930 - 234 ppi. It packs the same internals as its bigger brother too - a 1.3GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU on a MediaTek chipset. Internal memory is also 8GB with a microSD card slot on board.
It's also as thin measuring 138x69.8x8.7 mm and pleasantly light at 126 grams. Inside it, there's a 2,000mAh battery. Additionally, the phone will be available in a dual-SIM slot version, too.
Both devices will be available by the end of the month with the Lenovo S650 costing $366 and the Lenovo S930 will carry a price tag of $427.