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Vivo Xplay 3S “World’s First QHD Smartphone” To Be Launched This December 12

We’ve been covering the latest developments of the Vivo Xplay 3S in the past couple of weeks. This device is one of the most highly anticipated models to hit the market because of its display which features a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution. When released, it will become the world’s first smartphone sporting a quad HD display although Vivo is calling it a “2K” display which is not accurate.

vivo Xplay 3s

The latest information surrounding this model is that it will be launched this coming December 12. That’s less than a month away already. The launch date got revealed in an official invitation posted over at the Gizchina site.

Let’ take a look at some of the specs this device is going to have.

  • 5.7-inch 1440×2560 QHD screen
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974AB chipset, processor  with Adreno 330 graphics
  • 3GB of RAM
  • f/1.8 aperture camera
  • Supports 4G LTE + HiFi audio chip hardware + USB 3.0
  • fingerprint scanner

The display is definitely one of the strongest selling points of this device as it uses a 1440×2560 QHD screen. Images and videos will definitely look lifelike when viewed on this device. The added fingerprint scanner is a nice touch as it can be used to secure the device.

One other great feature about this device is its use of an f/1.8 aperture camera. This allows it to take amazing shots which should make photo enthusiasts happy.

The specs alone can overshadow the flagship models of other manufacturers such as Samsung, LG, and Sony. In terms of pricing no official information has been released as of the moment but don’t expect this to device to cost cheap.

As far as availability goes it’s definitely going to be released first in the Chinese market. It’s going to support China’s TD-LTE and the more common FD-LTE network. The chance of this device being released to the international market is still very slim.

We’ll be providing more information regarding this device as it arrives so stay tuned for further details.

via gizchina