As you may know, Vivo currently holds a title of having the thinnest device (just 4.75mm) on the planet in its portfolio – Vivo X5Max, which was released last December. However, it seems that the company has a bit more affordable version of the device in its pipeline, which is a Vivo X5Max+.
As TENNA website suggests, the different version of the device will be a bit thicker – at 5.1 mm and a tad heavier – 153g (original Vivo X5Max is 146g). Also, the device is said to use a more energy-efficient eight-core MediaTek MT6752 processor, which can effectively enhance its 2000mAh battery life (will see if it works out in our review in the future).
As far as other specs go, Vivo X5Max+ will have pretty much identical specs as its thinner brother, which include 5.5 inches 1080P screen, built-in 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage (expandable up to 128 via Micro SD card slot). Moreover, there will be a 13 and 5mp camera modules on the back and front, respectively. The device will be run by the Funtouch OS 2.0, which is based on Android 4.4.4 and support both 3G and 4G networks. Last but not least, the smartphone will have Vivo’s signature Hi-Fi system (upgraded 2.0 version). Finally, the price point is said to be 2999 Yuan in China. We don’t have a word on international pricing or availability yet.