Vivo have announced the details of their two latest Android smartphones today. Keep reading for the full details and specs of the Vivo X6 and Vivo X6 Plus.
Vivo have launched two new phones today, but the surprise isn’t in the hardware (which follows what rumours were telling us) but rather how similar these two phones look like the iPhone. We’re not sure what made Vivo go down the iPhone style route but they have and even produced a Rose Gold version of their latest.
The smaller of the two new phones is the Vivo X6, with a 5.2-inch 1920 x 1080 AMOLED display and slim 6.56mm body. Oddly Vivo have chosen to use a 64bit 1.7Ghz Mediatek MT6752 processor. On one hand this is quite good news as the X5 Pro with Snapdragon 615 was badly optimised, but on the other hand why have they chosen the MT6752 when even the Redmi Range has a Helio X10 on board?
Other details of the X6 are a 13 mega-pixel rear camera, 8 mega-pixel front (both with PDAF fast focus) and 4GB RAM. The slim phone has just enough room for a 2400mAh battery, which doesn’t worry us too much as Vivo are pretty good in the battery department.
Vivo X6 Plus
If bigger phones are what you prefer then the Vivo X6 Plus s the phone for you with a larger 5.7-inch FHD AMOLED display, and a larger 3000mAh battery his the slightly thicker 6.85mm chassis.
Both phones have fingerprint scanners on the rear, have Micro SD support, and boasts audio processor. A high end ES9028 DAC audio chip, ES9603 amp and Yamaha YSS-205X are all stuffed inside and promise quality audio.
Vivo generally only make high-end phones so pricing is unsurprisingly higher than most other devices. The X6 will cost from $390 while the larger X6 Plus will cost from $469.