Vivo on Tuesday officially introduced the first smartphone equipped with 6 GB of RAM. A model called Xplay5 became the second after BlackBerry Priv “not Samsung” product, equipped with a curved on both sides of the screen.
For comparison, the flagship iPhone 6s has 2GB of RAM, the Galaxy S7 is 4GB. New Vivo, clad in an aluminum body, and copies the design of top models from Apple and Samsung: the front panel Xplay5 resembles the South Korean smartphone and its color and the rear panel c of the protruding camera and plastic inserts — phone Apple.
Xplay5 compatible with two SIM cards, will be released in two versions. Top specification equipped with a high-performance Snapdragon processor 820, 6 GB LPDDR4 RAM, 128 GB flash storage and advanced HiFi 3.0 sound system consisting of two chips ES9028 SABRE and three amplifiers OPA1612. In the “normal” model is equipped with a processor Snapdragon 652 average level, 4 GB of RAM, 128 internal memory and the other combination of audiocpu (CS4398 with AD45257).
Xplay5 has 5,43-inch display Super AMOLED with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, a fingerprint scanner on the back, a 16 megapixel camera f/2.0 Sony IMX298 with phase autofocus and dual led flash rear and 8 megapixel front-facing sensor (f.2.4) for a selfie. Battery capacity is 3600 mAh. Devices work not the newest version of Android 5.1.
Conventional model Xplay5, in the shades of Golden and rose gold, already available for pre-order at the price of 3698 yuan (about 560 dollars). Sales in China will start March 9th. The older version will cost 4288 yuan ($665). Sale date 6-Gigabyte version has not yet named.