In the event that you require a reason to get another fascinating Chinese cell phone, then what about 6GB of RAM? Not just is Vivo Xplay5 the principal cell phone to declare this spec, but on the other hand it’s the second non-Samsung gadget — taking after the BlackBerry Priv — to pack a screen that is bended on both sides. In light of its well known metallic outline, you’d effortlessly imagine that the Xplay5 is the illegitimate offspring of the Galaxy S6 Edge (front) and the iPhone (back) following a one night stand in Dongguan (the S7 Edge’s chamfer isn’t as sparkly). Regardless of the deplorable similitudes, this is still a shockingly better than average item as far as equipment and specs – much like how its ancestor, the Xplay3S, figured out how to wow us barely two years back.

The double SIM Vivo Xplay5 comes in two flavors. The “Lead Edition” components Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset, 6GB of rapid LPDDR4 RAM, 128GB of inside capacity and a “HiFi 3.0” bundle comprising of two ES9028 Saber Mobile DAC chips in addition to three OPA1612 intensifiers for enhanced sound quality generally speaking. With respect to the customary model, you get the mid-range Snapdragon 652, a “minor” 4GB of RAM, additionally 128GB of capacity and an alternate blend of sound chips (CS4398 in addition to AD45257).

Both variants brandish a 5.43-creep Super AMOLED show with QHD determination (2,560 x 1,440) alongside a unique mark peruser on the back. For photography, a 16-megapixel f/2.0 Sony IMX298-fueled principle camera with stage location auto-center in addition to double tone LED streak, and a liberal 8-megapixel f/2.4 front-confronting camera for you selfie addicts. The inherent 3,600mAh battery ought to be ample, and the fast charging bolster proves to be useful (we’ve yet to affirm whether it’s the Quick Charge 2.0 or 3.0 standard). What’s somewhat disillusioning is the absence of NFC and USB Type-C here, and the way that the Vivo Xplay5 just accompanies Android 5.1 (under Vivo’s skin, obviously), in addition to there are no product highlights that exploit the bended edges.

For the time no date has been said for the Lead Edition just yet, the consistent model is as of now up for pre-request. It’s no Xiaomi; Vivo is charging 3,698 yuan or about $560 for the base model, yet you can sit tight for some time to set aside 4,288 yuan or about $650 for that brutal form. Both are accessible in gold and pink.

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