Lenovo prepares to launch 6 smartphones for the MWC 2015

Like other major smartphone manufacturers, Lenovo has been working hard to have something special to present at the MWC, and if rumors are true, there may just be several somethings at the Lenovo stall this year. According to reports, the company which recently became a major player among smartphone manufacturers after it acquired Motorola mobility, may be launching a whole range of smartphones including the Vibe Shot, Vibe X3, P1, P1 Pro and Vibe S1.

First off, the Vibe Shot is a camera phone and will be the company’s first attempt to reach out to customers belonging to this particular niche. From what we know of it, the Vibe Shot will feature a superb 16MP camera with triple tone LED flash rounded off with OIS and BSI sensors. The design is pretty rugged but the device features colorful frames along with a polished aluminium frame. The device is powered by a Snapdragon 615 CPU along with 3GB of RAM and a 5 inch 1080p display. Storage wise, there is 32 GB internal memory with micro-SD card support. The device runs the most recent Android 5.0 Lollipop. Assuming it to be correctly priced, the Vibe Shot may just prove to be one hell of a device.

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Next we have the Vibe X3, which packs a 5.5-inch 1080p display compounded with Hi-Fi 3.o stereo speakers, it also has a fingerprint reader as an added bonus, The camera pack 20 MegaPixels and the design is again metal based.

Moving along, we have the Vibe P1 and P1 Pro which run an unspecified octa-core 64-bit chip along with 2GB of RAM, 4G LTE and quick charging capabilities. Lenovo has provided both these devices with ample power in form of 4000 and 5000 mAh batteries respectively. Again, both these devices contain the fingerprint scanner.

Finally, there is the less known Vibe S1, which is going to have a glass back and will ship in a variety of color options.

Well, it doesn’t matter how many of these devices Lenovo decides to showcase at the MWC, the Lenovo booth is sure to be a center of attention at the MWC 2015.

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