I've used this handset for some months now. And I can say that it is adequate.
Performance of fairly solid for an entry level phone, let alone has a helluva kick for a low-end budget phone. I mean, what more would you expect from a 1Hz 64bit processor?
I'm not that much of a pic freak, so the poor camera isn't an issue for me.
The user interface is effortless, solid and fluid.
Battery life is somehow, but is enough to grind through the day before recharging.
I've played a variety of lightweight games and continuous streaming with extensive web use and still had enough battery power to sneak a movie in before the battery finally called it quits.
Screen display has left much to be imagined, but why complain if you've saved a fortune? I mean, we aren't comparing it to any flagship.
My verdict; Lenovo proved that entry level phones can pack a punch if the focus is in consideration with the users
This phone is utterly waste. I am unable to see any missed call pop-ups.
This phone is horrible. The camera is extremely low quality, to the point it's hard to scan QR codes and the like, the front camera might as well not have been built, because it's even worse. The phone can only handle lightweight apps and it still hangs sometimes. The touchscreen is absolutely horrible, sometimes typing one key will hit the one right next to it. After a year my phone started to randomly lose internet connection and when I tried restarting it it just wouldn't turn back on, I had to take the battery off then put it back again, then it would turn on. If this occurs at night, for some reason the alarm doesn't ring the next day either. Moreover you cannot put a custom ROM on it since there is no support for this obscure, cheap, low tier Lenovo Model. Do not buy this phone, the price is low but it WILL cause you pain.
super great... even when i use iphone 10 besides my lenovo vibe b
people who disclaims thiis cell phone just don´t know what the hell is all about.
im c++ programmer, and electronics engineer, thats why i really recommend this lenovo vibe b
There is! in the down left corner is the "phone" sign, if you miss a call, there will be a red round dot marking it, no setting needed - works ok on mine, greets Levi
Anonymous, 24 Aug 2017Can anyone tell me how to answer this phone when the screen is locked and there is an incoming... moreI have the same problem. When the phone rings the screen shows the icon of the caller with two telephone symbols, one to the right and the other to the left of the caller icon. I tried to press the icon but got cut off or am asked to leave a message. If I press either of the telephone symbols I get cut off. I also tried pressing the caller icon and sliding it to the right (green phone symbol) or up or down but still keep getting cut off. Very frustrating. Any straightforward solution? I note that the previous similar message has still not got any answer. Surely there must be someone who has got it right? Or Someone in the Lenovo organisation who occasionally checks comments on different websites....if such there is, please offer advice.
Here's my review on this phone after now a few months using it:
I was use to the Andriod 4 Jelly bean, as it was less complex to use. Android OS 6 is installed on the Lenovo Vibe B. Its abit complicated to add contacts and edit them.
Plus side is the merging of contacts is way better and easier.
With your cache, its easier to clean up than with previous Android versions. So thats another plus.
Very disappointing. However, you can make the most of it by lowering your ISO settings.
The lower is for extremely bright places, the higher is for extremely low lit places.
Also, instead of using the full 5mp, rather set the camera to Fullscreen instead of Standard 4:3, this will change your camera to 4MP but will reduce the noise in the picture.
I've played Star Wars Force Arena, Star Wars Galaxy of Hero's with no issues. Having LTE really helps as these games require you to be constantly connected to the internet.
Also played Tomb Raider II, no issues and no lag. I'll download the NFS series and test these out.
Good quality, can pick up voices about 5 meters away.
So far this phone has really been a good purchase. The Android OS makes the phone stand out more, and the 4G LTE really makes internet a breeze.
Anonymous, 24 Aug 2017Can anyone tell me how to answer this phone when the screen is locked and there is an incoming... moreEasy, When you see the three symbols, drag the middle symbol and slide it to the far left or far right.
Can anyone tell me how to answer this phone when the screen is locked and there is an incoming call??
There are 3 symbols displayed on the screen when the phone is ringing, but none of themm
answer the call.
kunal, 05 May 2017Is usb otg supported in lenovo BNo usb devices can't connect with this phone.Why..?Can Anyone tell the reason.
AnonD-675982, 09 Jun 2017SD Card is basically useless with this.... because you can't move any app to SD!!! Storage opt... moreare you serious? i can move most of my apps to sd card. i am using same phone
it would be perfect (according with the price) if would read micro sd up to 64 gb.... excellent autonomy, excellent signal receipt ( compared with a SONY XPERIA M4 AQUA), resistant to impacts, and with a couple of good apps you can transfer almost all from the internal to a micro sd 32 gb.... if would be 64 gb.... wow ... a great device inside a low-priced cellphone
SD Card is basically useless with this.... because you can't move any app to SD!!! Storage options are missing. What's the point of having SD card slot when you can't move anything on it? Fail.
Ok! For the price, it´s a simple phone LTE that works. Marshmallow OS allows using Slot Card as internal memory. Camera does not have touch focus or even auto focus, however, you can download apps like Zoom FX Digital to take a good photo.
I play a lot of games on emulators, like PSX one and they work properly