Vivo Xshot has some pretty impressive predecessors, since the company behind it, BBK, already has an ultraslim handset and a 2K model to preceed it. The Vivo Xshot is also a bit of a premiere, sporting a front camera flash and after being unveiled last month, now it’s ready to hit the shops.
This in store debut takes place on June 10th, according to people in the know. Initially, the device will be sold in China, but there are also rumors about an international launch. We’re dealing with a smartphone that comes with HiFi audio and there will be two versions of this model available: one with 16 GB of storage, 2 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 800 CPU and one with 32 GB of storage, 3 GB of RAM and Snapdragon 801 CPU.
The first will be priced at $480, while the second will cost $560. The product offers 4G LTE connectivity, offers a microSD card slot with support for up to 128 GB and it integrates a 13 MP back camera with a Sony IMX214 stacked CMOS sensor and OIS. There’s a dual LED flash in the mix here and the front shooter is an 8 MP unit with flash as well. Back to the main camera, it stands out through augmented reality features, refocus, 4K and slow motion capture.