Are you ladies and gents eagerly waiting for the first 2560 x 1440 smartphone to hit the market? Truth is, a new leap in display technology is inevitable. It happened every year since the dawn of smartphones, and it will not stop next year either. In fact, come 2014, we might get to see more of that flexible display technology as well, but I digress.
The point is that the next respectable flagship smartphones are now expected to pack a resolution of “2560 x 1440”, and handset manufacturers are once again in a race to be the first to make their impressive panels available. So far, the one handset that appears to be in the lead with its QHD screen (not to be confused with “qHD” – notice the lower case), is the Vivo Xplay 3S. Previous leaks have given us a sneak peek at what seemed to be an early prototype, and we’ve also been able to see how the massive amount of pixels per inch can make a difference – at least up-close. But, right now, the hottest bit of news concerns the rest of the handset’s hardware specs.
Vivo Xplay 3S Specs Get Revealed By New Leak
During our daily digging we’ve stumbled across what appears to be the spec sheet of the Vivo Xplay 3S. Unsurprisingly, the 3S has been once again “confirmed” to pack a 2560 x 1440 display, but sadly, details about the exact size have not been given. Moving on, this new leak also reveals that the gadget in question will pack a Snapdragon 800 processor and 3 GB of RAM.
There’s also a main camera with an f/1.8 aperture, USB 3.0 support and 4G connectivity (perhaps making it the first smartphone in China to take advantage of the new network?). More so, the handset appears to pack a built-in Hi-Fi audio chip that’s allegedly going to knock our socks off.
All in all, the Vivo Xplay 3S is shaping up to be quite a beast, and we’re eagerly waiting for its arrival. Until then, stick around, as we’ll continue to keep an eye on this gadget.