The Vivo X5 Max especially impressed with its flat height of just 4.75mm and is therefore the currently thinnest smartphone ever – but the sale will initially only in China.
Despite the extremely low construction, the China mobile phone scores with a 5.5 “S-AMOLED display, which dissolves in Full HD. With 2 SIM slots, it is also of course the slimmest dual SIM mobile phone in the world. However, for mobile internet, it is not coordinated with the German frequencies.
The Super AMOLED display, as well as of various Samsung Dual SIM mobile phones is known, ensures bright and colorful images. With Full HD resolution is outstanding and redeemed later on, as you can see it with the naked eye.
Particularly in relation to the total of enormous width and height the thinness catches the eye.Looking at the China Mobile case from the front and not the side of, there are no restrictions.
The choice of material is high quality, the design scores with pleasant beveled edges. The visual impression is not only through the 4.75mm good – how flat they are, incidentally, also falls on when you see the little narrower 3.5mm slot.
With the operating system in version 4.4.4 the Vivo X5 Max is under dual SIM models as well. In addition, the manufacturer shall provide the user interface “Funtouch OS 2.0” above. It allows, among other things the wake of the phone via Knock Code, as well as the HTC One M8 offers.
Front 5 megapixels for selfies, on the back side 13 megapixels for high-resolution snapshots: When it comes to cameras, the X5 Max is optimally positioned. However, the rear lens protrudes into square shape from the housing, which may be beneficial or disturbing depending Gescmhack.
Dual SIM cards
The Vivo X5 Max can be equipped by Dopple SIM tray with a micro SIM and a Nano SIM. The phone supports LTE (up to 150 Mbit / s), it is unclear whether this is possible with two SIM cards.
The TDD-LTE dual SIM mobile dominates the frequencies 1880-1920, 2300-2400 and 2575-2635 MHz supported – so it is not particularly suitable for use in Germany. The same applies to 3G (TD-SCDMA) on the frequencies from 1880 to 1920 and 2010 to 2025 MHz.
If you want to use only one SIM, can be equipped with a microSD card, the second tray slot instead of a nano-SIM. Thus, it is similar to the Chinese version of the Huawei Ascend P7 .
As a classical China Mobile, the Vivo is first sold in China: Launch is the 22.12.2014, reservations are already possible there. When is it available via import, can not currently predict. An official distributor of the X5 Max in Germany is unlikely for now.