There’s another competitor to the throne of the world’s slimmest cell phone. Chinese cell phone producer Vivo has revealed the Vivo X5max world’s slimmest smartphone, a cell phone that measures only 4.75mm in thickness, assuming control over Oppo’s R5 (4.85mm) and Gionee’s Elife S5.1 (5.1mm).

Vivo X5max World’s Slimmest Smartphone Snatching Throne From Oppo R5:

Vivo X5max world’s slimmest smartphone packs an aluminum body and boasts a 5-inch full-HD (1080x1920p) Super AMOLED display. Fueled by a 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa core chip 1.7ghz Cortex-A53 quad center + 1ghz Cortex-A53 quad center each active at a time and 2 Gigs of RAM which is average considering today’s standard, the smartphone has 16 GB interior stockpiling expandable up to 128 GB via micro SD expansion slot.

It runs Android 4.4 Kitkat with Vivo’s custom skin out of box, FuntouchOS running on top. Coming to connectivity, the double sim smartphone underpins 3g, 4g ( TDD-LTE ), Bluetooth 4.0 and as usual GPS.

Vivo X5max World's Slimmest Smartphone

Vivo X5max world’s slimmest smartphone characteristics a 5 MP front-confronting cam and a 13 MP rear shooter. It accompanies a 2,000mAh battery. Not at all like the Oppo R5, the X5max does offer a 3.5mm sound jack.

The phone will be accessible in China beginning December 22 at RMB 2,998 almost US$ 485.

Prior, Gionee, an alternate Chinese versatile brand, had propelled  Elife S5.1, its slimmest phone ever measures only 5.1mm in thickness.

Gionee’s Elife S5.5 was viewed as the world’s slimmest cell phone before the dispatch of Oppo R5, which measures only 4.85mm in thickness. Controlled by a 1.5ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa core 64bit processor and 2 GB RAM, the Oppo R5 embosses a 5.2-inch full-HD AMOLED display accompanying  16 GB built-in space. The Oppo R5 does not packs a 3.5mm headset port and uses a micro-USB connector for sound yield unlike Vivo X5 max.

Astonishingly, both Oppo and Vivo brands are brands of BBK Electronics.

source: Gizmo-China

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