Lenovo has come to Mobile World Congress 2015 to reveal a host of new devices, but there’s one of them that particularly stands out for us – the Lenovo Vibe Shot. Technically, it’s a smartphone, but there’s a twist to it: a heavy focus on the camera, making it а surprisingly promising proposition for the cameraphone market. If you take a look at the back side of the Vibe Shot, you’ll find its stylush back cover resembling a nice point-and-shoot camera. Read on for our first impressions of this interesting newcomer!
As we’ve already mentioned, the Lenovo Vibe Shot is a looker! Its body is constructed from two solid pieces of tempered glass (front and back), connected by a strong metal frame that’s actually designed and polished in a nice and convincing manner. While the front of the handset is pretty clean and standard-looking, the back kind of resembles the look of a point-and-shoot camera, which is an effect that one may, or may not like.
The materials from which the Lenovo Vibe Shot is constructed, as well as its looks, are decidedly above average. Its in-hand feel is also reassuringly satisfying, due to its easily pocketable size and relatively light weight.