Reports today suggest that the Vivo X5Pro will come with a retina scanner for security, 3GB RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 chipset.
Vivo usually do something a little special with their premium phones. Whether it is get the latest hardware on a device ahead of the rest (see Vivo Xplay 3S), create an amazing camera centric phone (see Vivo Xshot) or super thin devices (see various Vivo phones).
Vivo will launch the Vivo X5Pro next, possibly on April 28th, and while it might not be the Xshot 2 or Vivo Xplay 5S we are hoping for, it does appear to have some interesting features.
Teasers today along with Chinese media reports suggest that the new device will go on sale with a 6-inch display, 3GB RAM, 3500mAh battery, and Snapdragon 615 chipset. Interestingly the display on the Vivo X5Pro won’t be a 2.5D screen but a 3D curved display with a 3 dimensional curve to it.
The real cutting edge feature though is the rumour that Vivo have incorporated a retina scanner in to the Vivo X5Pro for extremely fast, and secure locking and locking of your device.
Vivo are also believed to be showcasing Funtouch 2.0 based on Android 5.0 Lollipop once the phone launches.
Keep posted for more news as we receive it.