Vivo Xplay 3S finally breaks the barrier as world’s first 2K phone
Just when it looked as Samsung would be the first, or even Oppo who boasted they will do it first just yesterday, Vivo, at Beijing’s Water Cube event center in China, has finally released the world’s first mobile phone with 2560×1440 pixels resolution.
The Vivo Xplay 3S features a massive 6″ 2560x1440pixels QHD(not the same as qHD) display with a PPI sum of 490 — though huge, but unfortunately not crashing through the 500 PPI barrier as expected(if it came with a 5.5-inch screen).
The phone is powered by’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 8974AB SoC, 2.3GHz Krait 400 CPU, 3GB of RAM and Adreno 330 GPU. The power juice is supplied by a 3200mAh battery. The Xplay 3S sports a 13MP camera with f/1.8 aperture, and can record 1080p motion pictures.
Now, away from the basics, the Vivo Xplay 3S is the model of a 2014 flagship. A fingerprint sensor just below the flash and stereo speakers at the back makes you wanna wish Santa for one right away.
The Vivo Xplay 3S features a 5MP front-facing camera and will be available for preorder online at Chnese retailer Tmall for CNY 3,498, or $580.
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