Move away, Vivo X5 Max, the next thinnest phone in the world is reportedly in the making

Move away, Vivo X5 Max, the next thinnest phone in the world is reportedly in the making
Just yesterday we released the results from one of our recent polls, which revealed that most users would pick a thicker smartphone with a big battery over a razor-thin phone with a sub-par battery in a heartbeat. We pointed out the Vivo X5 Max as the current holder of the "thinnest smartphone on the planet" title, but a new razor-thin device with a Chinese passport might be aiming at Vivo's top position in this category.

Have you ever heard of Ivvi, a branch of China-based Coolpad, which turned out to be one of the bigger local smartphone makers? Well, Ivvi seemingly has a 4.7mm-thin phone in the pipeline, which will be just marginally slimmer than the 4.75mm-thin Vivo X5 Max. Still, the numbers don't lie, and Ivvi's offering might receive its place in history. 

This rumored Ivvi handset is still shrouded in mystery, and except for its screen size (4.7 inches), there seems to be no additional info. So, a 4.7mm-thin phone with a 4.7-inch display? Sounds like a pretty compact handset to us, but we bet it won't venture on any other market than the Chinese one. 

We are also quite eager to check out its battery capacity. Any predictions?

Move away, Vivo X5 Max, the next thinnest phone in the world is reportedly in the making

source: Weibo via GizmoChina 

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6 Comments

1. ancellim

Posts: 39; Member since: Mar 24, 2014

... With a 4.7 / 10 battery life rating too

2. deanylev

Posts: 234; Member since: Mar 11, 2014

Damn straight

3. Mercedes-Benz

Posts: 403; Member since: Jan 18, 2015

The race to the thinnest is kinds stupid . Battery life matter more . Its like a competition of biggest D*cks , while sexual stamina matters more in real life

4. NexusX

Posts: 613; Member since: May 16, 2013

your wife begs to differ

5. Neo_Huang

Posts: 1067; Member since: Dec 06, 2013

What makes you sure he has one?

6. aksa123

Posts: 365; Member since: Jan 30, 2014

Well generally thinner is better, but there's a limit. Like 5 or 4 mm doesnt make a difference. At least for me....

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