Lenovo just announced the VIBE X2 Pro, a follow-up to the original VIBE X2 and alimited edition smartphone that’s pretty darn awesome looking. The phone features an aluminum body, sharp, angled edges, and some noteworthy hardware.

We really liked how flat and smooth the VIBE X2 Pro feels, almost something similar to what you’d expect from Sony if it decided to build a metal XPERIA, and that’s a compliment to Lenovo. Additionally, the layering of different colors — in the example above you’ll see red, white and blue — is a really nice touch that we haven’t seen before.

The 64-bit Snapdragon 615 processor isn’t the beefiest of choices, but it did seem to cut through KitKat and Lenovo’s VIBE 2.0 user interface just fine. Also, we dig that Lenovo didn’t skimp on camera specs. You’ll find a 13-megapixel shooter on the back and a secondary 13-megapixel front-facing camera.

The VIBE X2 Pro won’t make its way to the United States, but if you’re in a market where it eventually will launch in April, be sure to go check one out. Watch the video and flip through our gallery for a closer look.