Exclusive: Lenovo Vibe Shot Coming To MWC Next Week

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While we won't know for sure what surprises MWC has in store until next week, but the Chinese tech giant Lenovo does seem to be an enthusiast about its future lineup that includes the Lenovo Vibe Shot.

When the Lenovo Vibe Shot was leaked earlier last week, it was actually thought to be the successor of the Vibe Z2 Pro (dubbed, " Vibe Z3 Pro"). It's called Lenovo Vibe Shot and will be officially announced at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) next week.

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Exclusive: Lenovo Vibe Shot Coming To MWC Next Week

We can now corroborate previous rumors that it's called the Lenovo Vibe Shot, and yes, this device will have a triple-tone LED Flash. GizBot has also learned that, as for the overall appearance of the device, it's basically going to have a large bezel on the horizontal side, making it closer to a digital camera. The device we've learned about is actually a camera-centric handset with a triple-tone LED Flash. But it won't succeed the Vibe Z2 Pro, an anonymous source told GizBot.

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Previous reports in the past have claimed that the device would feature the following specifications: 5-inch FHD display, a 64-bit Snapdragon 615 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of native storage and Android 5.0 Lollipop. It will also feature a 16-megapixel rear facing camera with a triple-tone LED flash, BSI sensor, and optical image stabilization.

Exclusive: Lenovo Vibe Shot Coming To MWC Next Week

All of this said, the Lenovo Vibe Shot will be launched in India, though we've not been able to get the confirmation on the same. Unfortunately, we don't have many other details at this time, but we have had yet exciting information to share.

Lenovo Vibe Band VB10, according to our source, will be launched in India in the next quarter. It has the E-ink display that allows the Vibe Band to last all week on a charge. The device features full fitness tracking functionality and works with an Android handset via Bluetooth.

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