The centerpiece of Lenovo's MWC stand was undoubtedly the photography-oriented Vibe Shot. While undeniably an intriguing device, it's a specialized offering, and one that leaves room for improvement in certain key areas.
Well, those are going to be addressed in the company's proper flagship Vibe Z3 Pro, reported to be announced on March 23. Lenovo teased the event on Chinese social media but revealed no further details.
We wrote about the Vibe Z3 Pro a while back, with leaked specs and images, but then the Vibe Shot was surprisingly introduced, and claimed those photos to be its own. The hardware of the camera-centric smartphone was altogether different though, so we can safely assume that at least the specsheet belonged the Vive Z3 Pro.
We can expect the successor to the capable Vibe Z2 Pro phablet to pack the Snapdragon 810 as the rest of this year's high-end crowd (save for the Samsung Galaxy S6 / S6 edge, obviously). Operating memory will likely be 4GB, and both the chipset and RAM are a step up from the Snapdragon 615 and 3GB in the Vibe Shot.
Display size is rumored to be 5.5 inches, instead of the 6-inch panel found on the previous generation, with the QHD resolution resulting in a stellar 534ppi density. The smaller screen means less strain on the battery and a 3400mAh cell will replace the monstrous 4000mAh unit in the Vibe Z2 Pro.
Aside from the event date, however, all of this is little more than speculation, fueled by rumors. With only two weeks before everything's official though, the wait isn't all that long.
LG G4 ftw!
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Hope it has a bigger battery, need a 4500 mAh battery at least to get some decent screen on time (over 5 hours).That's what these flagship phones need. More screen on time. Majority people will choose a thicker phone with a superior battery life than...