GSMArena team, 2 March 2015.
Lenovo’s MWC stand is drawing quite a lot of attention, and rightfully so. The company has a large portfolio of devices on display, spanning the entire range of smart gadgets from phones, to tablets, to wearables, and then some.
Arguably the centerpiece of the lineup is the photography-centric Lenovo Vibe Shot smartphone. It packs a 16MP camera with a multitude of features in both hardware and software. The phone is made of high-quality materials and doesn’t compromise in terms of specs.
We then proceed to meet the Lenovo A7000, which joins the highly successful A6000 model in the midrange, but carries improvements in screen size, memory and processor department.
A range of tablets are also on display, with a large 10-inch FullHD slab stealing the show. Two smaller 8-inch units provide more compact solutions in either Android or Windows flavor.
Lenovo pulled a joker out of its sleeve though, and that’s the Pocket Projector. Striking adequate compromise between size and features, the small device offers a large screen experience on the go.
We spent a few minutes with each of the above and we’ll share our findings on the following pages.
- Lenovo Vibe Shot hands-on
- Lenovo A7000 hands-on
- Lenovo Tab 2 A10-70 hands-on
- Lenovo Tab 2 A8 hands-on
- Lenovo MIIX 300 8″ hands-on