Lenovo Z90-7 (Vibe Shot) hits TENAA, supports full network connectivity!

by Joel 3

Lenovo unveiled a surprise product at MWC 2015, the all new camera centric Lenovo Vibe Shot. Now, it looks like the Chinese variant of the device, the Lenovo Z90-7 has just hit TENAA revealing pictures, specs and connectivity details.

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TENAA reveals that the specs of the Chinese Vibe Shot will be a bit different than the international version. For example, the 5-inch display on the front features just HD 720p resolution in the Lenovo Z90-7 model, however the international model boasted of a full HD 1080p resolution. The phone will be powered by a 1.7GHz eight core processor, which could be the Snapdragon 615. However, considering the full network connectivity support, we suspect, it could be the new Mediatek MT6753 octa-core SoC based on Cortex A53 cores. This Mediatek processor supports full network connectivity, which means support for GSM, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, CDMA, TD-LTE and FDD-LTE networks. You also get Dual SIM dual standby on the device.

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Other tech specs are also pretty high end. So, the Lenovo Z90-7 comes with 3GB RAM  and 32GB of expandable ROM. Since this is a camera centric phone, you get a powerful 16MP rear camera sensor with triple LED dual tone flash. At the front, you get an 8MP shooter ideal for selfies. The phone runs on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop OS with Lenovo Vibe 2.5 UI on top. There will be a built-in 2900 mAh battery on board to power all these specs.

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The Lenovo Z90-7 i.e. the Vibe Shot looks like a solid offering from the company. The phone is extremely well built, featuring a 7.8mm thin body and weighing just about 148 grams. The back of the device especially looks good with the metal strip highlighting the powerful sensor and the triple LED flash.

The international variant of the Lenovo Vibe shot was priced at $349, which comes to around 2163 Yuan. So, we can expect the Lenovo Z90-7 too to be priced around this figure in China.

So what do think about the Lenovo Vibe Shot? Priced appropriately?