Every company thrives to be the first to launch a certain product in the market, and now the Vivo Xplay 3S is shaping up to be the first phone in the world to have a 1440p QHD screen (not to be confused with qHD). Although not all specs have been revealed, the device still looks very competent.
The rest of the specifications, as seen by the image above are very decent as well. Snapdragon 800 quad core running the phone being backed up by 3 GBs of RAM – this thing surely isn’t a slouch. Also, the primary camera has an f/1.8 aperture, USB 3.0 support is also there and 4G connectivity is surprisingly being shown as supported which means this may be the first phone made for China which supports 4G out of the box. Moreover, the handset also appears to have a Hi-Fi audio chip supposedly next-gen.
Every year we are seeing new features being implemented in phones and surely this will not be the end of it, but I really have to say the screen resolution on phones is becoming a bit pointless. This new phone will inevitable have an insane PPI (pixels per inch) of over 500 which needless to say is an overkill, as the human eye can very barely notice differences of above than 300 PPI. But, we surely have flexible phones and QHD phones to look forward to in 2014.