Aside from being a smartphone, the Lenovo Vibe Series’ aim is to dominate two different markets; first is the smartphone market, where it has lots of competitors, and the smartphone photography market, where smartphone cameras are in-demand and the difficulties are significantly high.
Unlike the Lenovo Vibe X2, the Lenovo Vibe Shot’s design makes it rather look more like a camera than a smartphone as a whole. This mid-range smartphone features a Cortex-A53 octa-core CPU, four of it running at 1.7GHz clock speed while the other four runs at 1.0GHz; Qualcomm Snapdragon Chipset and Adreno 405 GPU. 32GB internal storage capacity is also included and can contain up to 128GB microSD storage expansion. It can use connectivity features such as 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth 4.1 LE, GPS/GLONASS and microUSB.
However, it is noticeable that the rear camera is the main feature of this smartphone. This 16MP rear shooter has a 16:9 BSI sensor and optical image stabilization. It also has a triple-LED flash, laser autofocus, two-stage shutter key, an Auto/Pro mode switch and an interchangeable volume-zoom control switches.
The overall design, as we noticed, was based on the aluminum frame and glass sandwich that dominates Android high class, but the camera strip on its back really makes the difference. The Carmine Red Version, which has the metal flame painted hot-red, really rocks.
- Display : 5-inch IPS LCD 1080p, 441ppi Capacitive Touchscreen
- OS : Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
- Chipset/ CPU : (4 x 1.7GHz & 4 x 1.0GHz) Cortex-A53 octa-core CPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon
- GPU : Adreno 405
- RAM : 3GB
- Storage : 32GB internal storage, microSD card expandable up to 128GB
- Camera : 8MP front camera, 16MP laser autofocus camera with triple LED flash
- Battery : 3000mAh