Vivo Xshot apparently pictured, seems to be smaller than the Xplay 3S

Vivo Xshot apparently pictured, seems to be smaller than the Xplay 3S
Vivo Xshot is a new high-end Android smartphone that should be officially announced on May 7. While Vivo shared plenty of details about it thus far, it didn’t reveal its design. However, a few leaked photos that reportedly show the Xshot appeared in China recently, allowing us to see that the handset is white, and pretty thin. 

Unfortunately, we still can’t get a clear view of the Xshot. Still, these new photos suggest that the device is smaller than Vivo’s current flagship smartphone: the 6-inch Xplay 3S, which was released earlier this year as the world’s first handset to sport a Quad HD screen.

The display of the Vivo Xshot may measure around 5 inches (its resolution is confirmed to be of 1080 x 1920 pixels). The new smartphone will be targeted at photography enthusiasts, as it features a 24MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture, dual LED flash, and optical image stabilization. The handset will also offer a 7.68MP front-facing camera, a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage space.

We don’t know if the Vivo Xshot will be released outside of China, but we assume that we’re going to find out on May 7.

source: IT186 (translated)


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