Lenovo Launching Camera Centric Vibe Shot On May 22

    Lenovo the Chinese mobile phone manufacturer is all set to sell its latest flagship smartphone, Vibe Shot. The smartphone was first shown in MWC, 2015 and is scheduled for May 22, 2015 release in China.

    Lenovo Vibe Shot In Pictures

    Lenovo Launching Camera Centric Vibe Shot On May 22

    It sports a 16 megapixel rear camera with infrared autofocus and six piece modular lens with OIS & Tri colour LED flash. The phone has a physical shutter button which will give you a real camera experience. The front camera is 8MP.

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    Lenovo Vibe Shot is claimed to have 0.157 seconds of focus time, which is fastest focus time in any smartphones till now in the market. Another first in class feature to adorn the Vibe Shot is 3 tone flash which helps in taking natural looking images at night.

    The physical shutter button helps to focus and take shots, along-with Pro mode physical switch to twist any possible combination for any camera on the smartphone.

    Lenovo Launching Camera Centric Vibe Shot On May 22

    It will be available in three colors i.e white, black and red with a metal frame and metal buttons with Gorilla Glass 2 double-sided protection. Lenovo is first to produce red aluminium frame on smartphone as claimed by them. Vibe Shot has a 5 inch 1080p display and is powered by a Snapdragon 615 64-bit chip along with 3GB of RAM.

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    With native onboard storage of 32GB, it provides an option to expand it to 128GB via microSD card. Vibe Shot supports 4G connectivity and provide dual SIM card slot. Running on Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, it comes with VIBE UI 2.5 and houses a 3000mAh battery.

    Lenovo Vibe Shot will be available in China from May 22 at price tag of just 1799Yuan (approximately Rs. 18,483). The global rollout of the device is expected to kick off in June, just as Lenovo announced back in February.

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