Lenovo had it’s camera centric Lenovo Vibe Shot on display at MWC, now a new model with the same appearance but lower specifications has been spotted in China.
The Vibe Shot is Lenovo’s first ever attempt at a camera centric phone. The international version that we saw at MWC had a Snapdragon 615 chipset, and FHD display, but a new model for the Chinese market has emerged with the same camera hardware but slightly lower specs elsewhere.
The Lenovo Z90-7, as it is known on TENAA, has the same 3 x LED rear flash and 16 mega-pixel main camera, 3GB RAM and 8 mega-pixel front sensor as the international model, but runs a lower resolution 720p display and Mediatek MT6753 chipset.
For those of you not up on the latest Mediatek hardware, the MT6753 is a variant on the MT6752 based on an octacore platform but with global 4G support, meaning that this version of the phone supports GSM, WCDMA, TD-SCDMA,TD-LTE and FDD-LTE.
Other features include dual sim support, Android 5.0 and a 2900mAh battery all packed in to a 7.8mm body.