The Vivo 3XL is one of the thinnest 4G smartphones in the world, that debuted in China recently, but we haven’t seen any real life pics with it, only renders. Today we come across some hands on shots, that reveal a design that’s slim, but not exactly the slimmest ever.



The device comes with a metal back plate, a pretty big camera and a speaker placed at the bottom and back. This 4G phone is an updated Vivo X3 model and it measures 6.75 mm in thickness and comes with specs similar to the ones of the X3. The device packs 2 GB of RAM, a 5 inch 720p display and an 8 megapixel F2.0 front camera. I also spot a bunch of sensors near the earpiece.

The handset uses a quad core Snapdragon mystery CPU and the price is around $400 for this slim device. From what I see in the pictures, the phone comes with a special plastic case on top. I wonder if that’s bundled or sold separately. By the way, I think that the capacitive buttons at the bottom are a thing of the past and should be replaced with virtual buttons.



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