Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo, like all others in the business, is gearing up for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. However, it seems a bulk of its smartphones have already been leaked online.
The handsets that have been leaked on the web are Vibe Max, X3, S1 and P1 Pro.
With this year's MWC convention not far away, leaks are becoming a common phenomenon. And heading deep into the event, we expect more such leaks to surface from different leaksters across the web. The latest Lenovo leak just adds to the list, for the time being.
As mentioned earlier, the latest leaks from Lenovo present images and specifications of as many as five Lenovo smartphones online, courtesy of Taiwanese blog MXPhone, spilling the beans on the upcoming smartphones that are to be part of the well-known Vibe line-up.
Going by the leaks, Lenovo Vibe Shot or Vibe Max will be powered by the 64-bit Snapdragon 615 processor and 3GB RAM. It will also come with 32GB of internal storage, and can also support a microSD card for extra storage.
The phablet, basically the successor of Lenovo's Vibe Z2 Pro, will once more sport a 6-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, but will come with a stylus and fingerprint sensor this time.
The Vibe X3, on the other hand, will be an upgrade to the previously-released Vibe X2 and sport a 5.5-inch Full HD screen, stereo speakers with Lenovo's audio enhancement software, metallic frame on the sides, fingerprint sensor and 20.7MP camera. The leaked images show that the new handset will look very different from Vibe X2.
Apart from that, Lenovo Vibe S1 - a trendy smartphone for the budget-minded consumers - will reportedly come in a number of colour options and will also sport a secondary camera. However, word on its hardware features is yet to be made known.
Lastly, there are just a few details available for both Lenovo Vibe P1 and Vibe P1 Pro for the time being. The report claims that both the handsets feature LTE and 64-bit octa-core processor, along with 4,000mAh and 5,000mAh batteries respectively. Nonetheless, all these phones are expected to run on the latest Android Lollipop.