The Vibe Shot looks like an ordinary smartphone, and in some regards it is. This is a 5-inch display, for instance.
It has 3GB of RAM and a quad-core processor, and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop. So far, so ordinary, right?
These switches are where things get interesting. The one on the right is a dedicated shutter button, while the one on the left lets you toggle between 'smart' and 'pro' camera modes.
Smart mode is a more basic point-and-shoot mode, but does have some interesting quirks, including an object-identification feature that gives you a visual guide to lining up what the phone thinks is the best shot.
This is 'Pro' mode, which gives you a tonne of extra camera options to play with.
You can tweak aperture, ISO, depth-of-field and white balance, among others.
The camera itself has a 16-megapixel sensor, and is a six-piece modular lens, Lenovo says.
There's a tricolour LED flash, too.
The back of the camera has an interesting design that hints at its camera-centric ethos.
4G is onboard too, for faster mobile data.
The Vibe Shot will go on sale in June, for $349 (which equates to roughly £225 or AU$450).