6.3mm, LTE, Vivo X5L Announced

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Vivo have also launched a new smartphone today, the Vivo X5L, a slim LTE smartphone with octacore processor and high-end audio components.

It might seem only yesterday that Vivo launched the Vivo Xshot, and itā€™s true that it wasnā€™t all that long ago when the camera centric phone went on sale, so why have they released another phone so soon?

Well the Vivo X5L sits at the top of their current mid-range phones, and uses a Mediatek octacore processor rather than the Snapdragon SoC we find in the Xshot of Xplay 3S. The 1.7Ghz MT6592 chipset is coupled with an MT6290 model for 4G LTE support, a nice addition but we would have loved to have seen the all new MT6595 onboard.

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The rest of the features are similar to what we expect these days including 2GB RAM, 16GB memory, Android 4.4.2, and 13 mega-pixel mani camera with F2.0 aperture.

Vivo always try to go the extra mile when it comes to audio performance and so we see a a Yamaha YSS205X-CXE2 audio chip with Texas Instruments TLV320ADC or MAX97220 amplifiers. The Vivo X5L also manages to measure in at only 6.3mm, making it one of the thinnest 4G LTE phones on the market.

Vivo will begin shipping the Vivo X5L from 28th August, but before you plan on importing one you should wait and see if it will support your carriers 4G LTE.

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  1. Brooklyn701
    August 26, 2014

    Useless … no decent battery life.

  2. njren
    August 26, 2014

    How about some editing? The Yamaha gobbledygook is actually the speaker(s), the TI audio codec is an ancient design that was used in the Meizu M9, and the Maxim amp is very ordinary. In sum, nowhere near what Vivo has offered in their more premium packages.

  3. realjjj
    August 26, 2014

    lol you forgot screen size and res.
    According to source that’s 5 inch 720p.

  4. willian40
    August 26, 2014

    But wat about the price!?

  5. Ethos Evoss
    October 26, 2014

    Wow it is awesome .. !