Xplay vivo, Android Quad-core With Built In Chip Audio

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Currently there are only a handful of vendors that have been producing super phone FullHD 1080p display combined with a quad-core processor. One manufacturer that goes to the vendor list is Vivo from China. Launched in Beijing, Vivo Xplay is the 5.7-inch diagonal screen is far superior than a tiny brother or cousin Vivo Vivo X1 X1S. Packaged with one additional audio and amplifier chip from Texas Instruments OPA2604, in order to add an extra voice on the stereo Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter (ASRC) Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC and CS8422, who have both appeared on the X1 series. If you're a fan of audio DIY (do it yourself), may have been 'playing around' with the OPA2604 to make their own headphone amplifier. Now, Vivo trying to save you the hassle of going through.
 
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In addition to the superior audio performance, other specifications were no less sophisticated. Below the display 500 nit-LTPS its Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC embedded 600 quad-core (1.7GHz, 2GB RAM and Adreno 320 graphics engine), built-in storage of 16GB or 32GB, 3,400 mAh battery capacity and NFC. Can be found on the back of the Sony 13 MP camera lens in addition to a pair of speakers. For fans of the music sounds clear, FLAC music file formats can be played natively on Xplay. Rewind Vivo Xplay facing front, you will see a 5 MP camera, similar to those in the mid-range device Oppo Ulike 2.

Vivo managed to pack all of that within the framework of a flat body that is only 7.99mm thick with a bezel width of 2.3mm and a screen ratio of the area of ​​visibility that 75.11 percent. Unfortunately, for a 3G connection only supports WCDMA 2100. That is, Xplay will probably rely more on 850/900/1800/1900 GSM or WiFi in other countries in the world.

Some excellent features include a variety of little-touch movement. Move to the front to turn the page, point to a hand icon to launch the application with the cursor, point to hand the phone to unlock it, and place the hands in front of the phone screen to mute incoming calls.

There is also native support for file transfers larger than 4GB, so it's easier to use WiFi Display or DLNA for streaming large video files. Fun, you can watch a video in a pop-up window from another application page.

Xplay vivo 16GB is available in black and white, is now ready for pre-order in China for 2998 yen, or about Rp 4, 9 million. Package includes a NFC tag, OTG cable, screen protector and a pair of earphones. There is no further information regarding the date or price for the 32GB version. Hopefully soon after the 16GB version of the slide in the second half of May
 
 

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