Lenovo has added a 4.5″ Mobile in their ever-growing Vibe series, this one is called B and after going through its specs one must call it one of the small-sized phone at a budget price. It is Priced at INR 5,799 and comes with VoLTE support.
It has been released for somewhat the price as its other mid-tier sibling Huawei Y33 II which also has a 4.5 inch display.
Vibe B is light-weighted at 144 grams and composes a thickness of 9.9 mm which surely doesn’t make it as slim as you would think but we’ll take it because it is easily usable with single hand. It has a little rough surface on the edges which makes the griping strong.
Vibe B is a compact phone bearing a 4.5-inches TFT display with 480 by 480 pixels density and has a screen to body ratio of 65.91 % making it the best opt for elderly people and first time Smartphone users.
On the front side, there is a 2 MP selfie cam and has home and other navigational touch sensors on the bottom with a glass finishing.
At the back side, we have a 5-megapixel primary camera with LED flash and digital zoom with 2592 × 1944 pixels as image resolution. And at the bottom the company has positioned loudspeakers and Lenovo affair with Dolby continues as it comes enabled with this highly advanced surround sound technology, giving literally an awesome sound output.
1 GHz of Quad-core processor is the main engine inside which is paired with 1-gigs of RAM and Mali-T720 MP as graphics card.
We have a 8 GB of inner and 32 GB of extended capacity of memory. It would have been great we had a little more expandable storage option.
Keeping the phone alive there is a removable 2000mAh Li-ion battery giving us up to 11.3 hours of talk time on 4G and 175 hours of stand by time on surprisingly same network. Making it one of the most powerful entry-level Lenovo device.
Connectivity-wise, it supports the 4G VoLTE, GPS, Wi-Fi, Hotspot, Bluetooth and all other bunch of network features.
There is an FM radio and a 3.5 mm audio jack as well.
Buy it for the sizable battery and keeping its low power intensive software the phone will likely to run for more than a day easily with moderate usage.
The handset is available offline in mostly all outlets but the online launch has not been announced by the company. Clearly, they seem to be targeting the first time touch screen mobile in India.