Chinese based BBK which owns the Vivo brand name has been popular for devices like the Xplay 3s which featured the world’s first 2K resolution mobile display. The company has now come up with another monstrous smartphone known as the Vivo XShot. This handset is making the news for a different feature though. According to a new revelation, the XShot has successfully breached the 40,000 points barrier on AnTuTu, being the first smartphone to do so.
Surprisingly, the phone returned these scores even though it was running Android 4.3, so one can only imagine the kind of performance it would offer with Android 4.4 on board. Other hardware specifications of the smartphone include a 1080p display, 3GB of RAM and a 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 SoC.
The camera on the device is said to be 24-megapixels in size with a front facing camera of 7.68-megapixels. The name ‘XShot’ suggests that the phone will be camera centric and the powerhouse CPU should help greatly as well.
We expect to learn more about this handset in the coming days, although we hope the smartphone doesn’t remain a China only affair and makes its way to global markets as well.
Via: GSM Insider