Hailed as the “Karaoke King,” The Vivo X5 is the latest in Vivo’s Hi-Fi super-slim X series.
Like the X3, the Vivo X5 follows a very slim 3D design. Its height is only 6.3mm. The only difference in the designs of both phones is that the X5 has a metal mid-frame like the Xshot.
As said before, the Xshot has a karaoke feature. It uses a Hi-Fi solution and is the first cellphone in the world to use Yamaha’s powerful digital surround-sound chip, the YSS205X-CZE2. The phone’s built-in karaoke system has music videos and allows users to record themselves as they sing along to their favourite songs. They can even have their own online concerts.
The Vivo X5 sports a 5-inch 720p display screen, uses the MTK MT6592 octa-core chipset, and has 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. It is powered by a 2250mAh battery and sports a 5mp/13mp dual-camera (F2.0 aperture, Sony IMX214 sensor). It supports TD-LTE internet and costs 2498 RMB (406.30 USD).