Lenovo VIBE X2 goes out of stock on Flipkart within 2 days of its launch

By November 12th, 2014 AT 8:33 PM

Earlier this week, the Lenovo VIBE X2 was launched in India exclusively through Flipkart, but the device already seems to have gone out of stock within 2 days. About 10,000 units of the device were sold in the first lot.

Sudhin Mathur, Director of Smartphones business at Lenovo India, said, “The kind of response VIBE X2 has been getting in India is overwhelming. The X2 layered design is a unique proposition from Lenovo and we are happy that consumers are appreciating the innovations that we are bringing to the Indian smartphone market.

Lenovo VIBE X2 India Launch Price Offers

The reason behind such great reception for the VIBE X2 is its specifications with respect to its price point. The Chinese smartphone giant got the pricing bang on target. It was also launched with a slew of launch day offers, which made it even better value for money device. Those offers are:

  • 95% off on Lenovo Charging Case for Lenovo Vibe X2.
  • Interest component refunded as cashback on EMI for 6 months tenure on HDFC/ICICI credit card.
  • 35% off on shopping on Myntra via the Myntra Android App.
  • Free pre-selected Flipkart e-books worth Rs. 1,200.

The device is quite a performer, and seeing the fact that the consumers are queuing up for it, the VIBE X2 can be expected to be back in stock very soon.

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