I bought Lenovo Vibe Shot 2 days ago from to2c, and it is really great . It's really fast , with a great camera, battery lasts long , it charges quickly and it has an incredible design . There's nothing bad about it .
BCdP, 08 Jul 2015Babak, Man where did you purchase it here in UAE? nope im in iran and its already released here
was waiting for this phone in india from past n3 mnths..
Finally i got irritated and brought microsoft lumia and i hve a grt exp wth lumia, mind blowing camera,.those who are waiting fir this must give a tr to lumia 640 xl...you wont feel down trust me guys.
I want to know about the sound quality of this phone...plzzzz reply...
babakmansouri, 06 Jul 2015in middle east we already have it where?! i am tired of waiting for it and i am in uae! !
I bought this phone because of the camera. Coming from a Sony Xperia L which I was quite disappointed in. The Lenovo camera really is what I would consider good to excellent. The images are clean, sharp, almost no shutter lag time (yes I know there is no shutter) It focuses fast with infrared emitter, the stabilization works well, low light images are relatively clean at ISO 1600 and the auto mode works great although kind of creepy in that it knows what your shooting. LOL! Build quality is quite good for the price. Screen is bright and sharp, quick to charge. The bad is the bleeping bloatware. I found a rom with it stripped off and wow very responsive! Hard to beat for the price. Works on Puretalk USA networks (cheapest cell service) Bluetooth has good range and battery life is not bad either. BTW Pro mode on camera is fun, not exactly like using my DSLR but really is fun to see the live preview as you change white balance ETC Wish it shot in RAW. Want a phone with a good camera and don't want to spend $800 plus, then buy this phone.
Now Lenovo need to do another smartphone in this desing, but with new chipset MediaTek Helio X20 and with new brigthnes screen IPS-Neo Quantum
I am from India,,,, I have been waiting for Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro, and left hope that it would come to India, next is "Lenovo Vibe shot" and after a long waiting for 4 months that is from March now i don't think they would launch in India. Lost hope and planning to move to other brands,,, may be they will launch when Lollipop gets outdated and Android M will be released. This company will launch these phones in India with outdated Lollipop i think.
Trying to ask again...Anyone have information about the European release of Lenovo Vibe Shot? None of European cites of lenovo says anything about it.I'm starting to worry that something is wrong with that phone...
the specification dos not appear complete for all tips for any single brand mobile why ?
did duo too new build of site page maybe ?
matt34, 08 Jul 2015Zenfone 2 has USB On-The-Go, don't think Lenovo phones have itAll lenovo smartfones come with otg support
babakmansouri, 06 Jul 2015in middle east we already have it Babak,
Man where did you purchase it here in UAE?
Hi, just like Bob below, I too waited for a Vibe Shot for a long time. But now, I have finally given up and bought an Asus Zenfone 2 (in India) with 2.3GHz and 4GB RAM.
For those who are thinking about how Zenfone may be better than Vibe Shot, may I explain some features of Zenfone I have experienced so far...
The phone is not much of a looker, but it feels great to hold in the hand because of its curved rear. Not too large or too wide, just right.
On the same day, I downloaded and updated the phone's firmware from Asus's support website (yes, Asus has excellent support). And now the phone behaves even better.
The camera shutter can be configured to fire in 3 ways - (1) by pressing the volume-up button, (2) by touching anywhere on the screen, (3) by touching the camera button on the screen. Even when phone is locked, you can start the camera by double-clicking the volume-up button.
That means Zenfone 2 also has a dedicated camera shoot button which can fire even from locked screen. This takes some advantage away from Lenovo Vibe Shot, which already has lower RAM and less powerful processor and higher price compared to Asus Zenfone 2.
In Zenfone camera, there are excellent manual controls like Exposure, ISO, AutoFocus settings, and it comes with Dual-tone flash.
After applying latest firmware, the Zenfone 2 does not heat up too much, but battery drain is an issue. Maybe 5.1 lollipop update will fix that.
Even on that count, Asus's support and regular updates are much superior than Lenovo's lack of updates on its phones.
- happy Zenfone 2 user.