Vivo X6 to come with Split Screen feature for improved Multitasking

By Sayan

Vivo has posted yet another teaser regarding their upcoming X6 smartphone. The flagship device was spotted while clearing 3C certification in China a few day back.

Vivo X6 to come with Split Screen feature for improved Multitasking

According to the teaser posted by Vivo the X6 come with a split screen feature which first debuted in the Samsung Galaxy series of smartphone. The Split screen feature will allow Vivo X6 users to multitask with ease. Nevertheless while the Split Screen feature may not be quite a unique one it definitely highlights the fact that Vivo is working on their software seriously.

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As per reports the Vivo X6 smartphone is supposed to come with the latest gen Mediatek Helio X20 SoC with 4GB of RAM. Some tipsters further speculate that 1GB out of that 4GB will be dedicated towards graphics. In simple words it means that the Vivo X6 is reported to sport a 1GB of dedicated graphics card just like the seen on the PCs/Laptops.

Vivo X6 to come with Split Screen feature for improved Multitasking

Furthermore the images leaked via the TENAA certification showed the device sports a fingerprint sensor on the middle of the back. This fingerprint sensor can also be used for making payments using NFC. Other speculated specifications included a 6 inch Quad HD (2560x1440p) display using Force Touch technology and 4000mAh battery.

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Expect Vivo to launch their flagship device soon enough alongside two other mid-range smartphone which passed TENAA earlier today.

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