Vivo X6 reported to be the First Phone to come with a Dedicated Graphics Card

By Sayan

Rumors regarding an upcoming camera centric flagship from Vivo has been cropping up for some time now. However things seems to have turned an entire 360 degree as Vivo today teased the launch of their upcoming 6inch phablet!

Vivo X6 reported to be the First Phone to come with a Dedicated Graphi

The leaked hands on images of the upcoming Vivo flagship X6 was spotted on Weibo earlier today. As per reports the Vivo X6 smartphone comes with a 6" QHD (2560x1440p) IPS display up and Mediatek X20 Deca Core SoC.

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The USP of the Vivo X6 however lies in the 1GB of dedicated graphics card which it is reported to sport. If the rumours do turn out to be true, then the Vivo X6 will become the first smartphone to come with a dedicated graphics chip.

Vivo X6 reported to be the First Phone to come with a Dedicated Graphi

The rest of the specifications include a 4GB RAM, 21MP rear camera and large 4000mAh battery. Furthermore rumours claim that the 6" QHD display of the Vivo X6 will come with a Force Touch panel - similar to the iPhone 6S, ZTE Axon Mini and Huawei Mate 7S.

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However do note that the alleged specs are still rumours. Thus it would be wise to take them with a pinch of salt.

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