Vivo’s uber thin octacore Vivo X3S has shown up on the company’s official website with WCDMA support!
Vivo are one of the many Chinese phone makers who gives preferential treatment to China Mobile and their TD-SCDMa 3G technology. What this means for users on China Unicom (like myself) of for readers outside of China, is a long wait is needed for the WCDMA enabled version to go on sale. Well the wait was much shorter this time around and the WCDMA Vivo X3S is now on the official website, and has been listed on online stores in China for around 2500 Yuan.
The Vivo X3S, not to be confused with the flagship Xplay 3S, has a 5.95mm thin body, 5-inch 720p display, 13 mega-pixel main camera, and 1.7Ghz octacore Mediatek processor. The WCDMA model supports GSM850, GSM900, DCS1800, PCS1900 and WCDMA 900, WCDMA 2100MHz.
If the Vivo X3S is a little out of your price range then there are a number of phones with similar designs such as the Jiake X3, and the new Zopo Zp1000.