We have seen manufacturers announce more than one flagships within a year. However, these days, the trend seems to be at least three to four flagships in a year. Vivo seems to be following this trend, as soon after announcing the powerful Vivo XPlay 5, the company has now released the Vivo X6S and X6S Plus smartphones.
Both the models have a traditional Vivo design, featuring a body made out of metal and slim form factor. To be honest, from the renders, the phone’s bezels look quite thick, but let’s hope that in real life it’s slimmer. The back features a fingerprint sensor as well.
Both the phones feature a metal body with three color options namely gold, rose gold and silver. Both models come with a 1080p display with different screen sizes. But before we see their differences, let’s take a look at what they have in common. Both have the Snapdragon 652 chipset inside with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Up front, they have 8MP cameras. Other features include fast charge (twin charging like XPlay 5), Hi-Fi audio, 4G LTE network and fingerprint recognition.
Now coming to the differences, the first major one is the display size. The Vivo X6S comes with a smaller 5.2-inch display while the X6S Plus features a larger 5.7-inch panel. Both have 1080p resolutions. The camera on the X6S is just 13MP while the Plus variant has a 16MP shooter. Also, the latter features a larger battery of 3000mAh as opposed to 2400mAh on the former.
The Vivo X6S is priced at 2598 Yuan while the X6S Plus at 2998 Yuan. The phone will go on sale on April 5 at 10 AM in China.
So, what do you think? Any of these models interest you?
You can check out the images of the newly announced devices from down below.