Lenovo has finally announced its first camera-centric handset the Lenovo Vibe Shot at the MWC 2015. Last month, a news for the Lenovo Vibe Shot has popped in and the device now comes with a 16MP BSI sensor with OIS, six-element lens and a tricolor LED flash. Before talking about the details of its camera, let’s have a look at the overall specs of the device.
The Lenovo Vibe Shot comes with a 5” full HD 1080p display with an excellent 400+ ppi density and Gorilla Glass 3 protection at the front and the back panels. The body of the handset comes with an aluminum built packed within just 7.3mm thin chassis. Under the hood lies the powerful 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 chipset supported with 3GB of RAM memory and a 32GB of storage with a provision of microSD card for expandable memory. The handset additionally supports a dual-SIM functionality with both nano-SIM slots and offers LTE connectivity. Even with such a slim chassis, Lenovo has managed to keep the battery juice reasonably good to 2900mAh.
16 MP OIS Camera with tri-color LED flash
The camera is the major USP of the device as its packs a powerful 16MP primary camera to its back with the 16:9 format and some very excellent low-light conditions and the front hosts a 8MP selfie-capturing secondary camera. The main camera looks after correcting your hand tremors, physical image stabilization and offers steady blur-free images. Based upon the ambient light conditions, the tri-color LED flash comes into action adjust the luminosity levels. The six-element lens has got a sapphire coating and blur filter for some added protection. An infrared focus system is used which the company claims to be twice as fast as the AF and the shooting speed is controlled by the physical shutter key on the sides.
The handset is said to be released in many of the countries this June and the price is supposed to be around $350.