Lenovo and Motorola smartphones are displayed during a news conference in Hong Kong, China May 21, 2015.Reuters

Lenovo's Vibe X3 (aka Lemon X) has reportedly been spotted at a benchmarking site, giving us new insights on the soon-to-be released phone.

Hungarian technology blog Napi Droid, while sifting through performance evaluation site Geekbench, stumbled upon the test results of the Lenovo device that has been codenamed as X3a40, understood to be Vibe X3.

As far as scores are concerned, the Lenovo phone scores 3,167 and 863 points in multi-core and single-core testing respectively. It also revealed that the device runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS powered by 1.44GHz Qualcomm's MSM8992 Hexa-core (Snapdragon 808) and 3GB RAM.  It is also said to come shipped with 21mp camera on the rear and 8mp snapper at the front. Other key details like display size and battery capacity are yet to be ascertained.

The most interesting thing about Lenovo Vibe X3 is that it is the company's first smartphone to be developed by Motorola Mobility, which was acquired from Google in 2014.

A few weeks ago, Lenovo moved the company's whole mobile business to Motorola, owing to the decline in profits. It is believed that all the future Lenovo mobile devices will, therefore, be designed by Motorola engineers.

Leaked images of Lenovo Vibe X3, which appeared last week, have shown Motorola's influence on the device. It's visual outlook is similar to 2015 Moto series design language.

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