Stil remember BBK, the famous Chinese DVD player maker? After a glimpse of its Vivo X1 (rumored to be the next world’s thinnest smartphone), there’re some other sources saying the manufacture is going to reveal a phablet in its Vivo’s series lineup at the launch event in November as well. Allegedly, the phablet will have similar configuration as Oppo Find 5 and HTC Butterfly J — Full HD display, a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core chip, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and 13 megapixel rear camera…But there’re two things that Vivo’s phablet might be greater than Find 5 and Butterfly J — a bigger display and a battery with larger capacity (3,000 mAh). More photos after the break.
The source said the screen size will be bigger than 5-inch, but it did not mention how big exactly it is. Perhaps this phablet will turn out to be something similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Note II. Furthermore, there’s no word on the pixel density of the display. For now, HTC Butterfly J is the phablet that has the highest pixel density of 443 ppi, while the OPPO Find 5 is the thinnest phablet measured at 6.9mm. Another than these three candidates in the phablet’s race, you may also want to stay tuned on Huawei 6.1-inch phablet. How many more phablets will land in China this year?…
Source: iFeng (Chinese translated)
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