Vivo to release world’s thinnest smartphone

Vivo to release world’s thinnest smartphone

It’s cool to have the latest and greatest smartphone but it is even cooler to have an extremely slim such device. If it’s hard to find a slim smartphone around you then take a look at Vivo’s X5 Max smartphone, which will soon be the world’s thinnest communicator.

Vivo says the X5 Max will be just 4.75 mm thick while being 153.9 mm high and 78 mm wide. The device will weigh 146 grams and will pack a large 5.5-inch sensor display at 1080p resolution, a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera, an 8-core processor at 1.7 GHz and 2 GB of RAM. The device will also support LTE and will run Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Unfortunately there’s no information on the battery capacity.

The thickness (or thinness) is unbelievable, right? If Vivo is correct (and we do not have any reasons not to believe the company) then the X5 Max will soon beat the world’s thinnest smartphone as of now – the Oppo R5, which is 4.85 mm thick. If you still don’t believe all this info, then do – the X5 Max is already certified by the Chinese TENAA agency.

There’s no word when the Vivo X5 Max will be on the market and how much it will cost. Given you get this digital marvel, then make sure to not put it in your pockets too much as it may bend like the iPhone 6 – after all 4.75 mm is not that thick at all!

Source: GSM Arena

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