At the recent Mobile World Congress, Chinese company Lenovo unveiled its semi-affordable, camera-centric Android phone — the Vibe Shot. The cost-effective smartphone comes equipped with a 16 megapixel BSI sensor with optical image stabilization, and a six-element lens with sapphire coating. Additionally, the Vibe Shot boasts 3GB of ram, 32GB of storage upgradable with a microSD, a fine 5-inch 1080p display with 400+ ppi density, and a 64-bit Snapdragon 615 chipset. On its exterior, the phone will have a premium 7.3mm thin chassis fused with aluminum, and Gorilla Glass 3 on its front and rear. Offered in three colors, the Lenovo Vibe Shot will be sold internationally starting in June at a suggested retail price of $349 USD. For more information, visit Engadget here.