Vivo X6 Phablet spotted yet again: 6-inch QHD display, deca-core chipset, 4GB RAM

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    Chinese smartphone company Vivo is working on the X6 phablet, which it has been teasing for a while now. This unannounced Vivo phone has now been spotted in an image posted on Weibo. The leaked image comes from Harper's Bazaar, and shows off a similar design as the Vivo X5 Max, however with a fingerprint sensor placed on the rear panel.

    Vivo X6 spotted yet again: 6-inch QHD display, deca-core CPU, 4GB RAM

    As for the specs of the upcoming smartphone, Vivo has used ‘fast' in its teasers for the upcoming phone, which indicate a faster processor, and probably a faster focus camera. As per rumors the upcoming phablet will boast ‘fast' performance due to its hardware configuration which suggests a deca-core Helio X20 processor with 1GB of dedicated graphics RAM. This will be for the first time that such a configuration is used in a phone. Besides the processing power, the phone will also tout fingerprint scanner.

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    Other rumored specifications and features of the Vivo X6 include a 6-inch Quad HD display with Force Touch tech, which will work similar to the Apple Force Touch display tech. The phone will sport a 21MP rear shooter, and be powered by a 4000mAh battery.

    Vivo is not the only company that is working on a phablet, as Huawei's unannounced P9 Max phablet has also been spotted in leaked images. The Huswei P9 Max will be a specs-heavy phablet offering that might get unveiled later this year on early next year.

    Source: Harper's Bazaar

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