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Updated on August 12, 2016


Rise of Super Androids

Android fans should be marvelled at the rate by which new gadgets are added to the android catalogue daily. Over the years we have seen fast rate improvements in the smart phone world and this post is inline with those new developments. Probably you’re just hearing the term ‘Super Androids’, no need to panic because the term is just for the high specification androids going to be discussed in this context. The Chinese manufacturers are currently taking the lead in the production of Smartphones that are pocket friendly and provides high amount of users satisfaction, with the help of Chinese producers there are now 4G LTE enabled phones running on Android 5.1 or Higher that cost less than $150.

Now the new trends are the phones that posses huge RAM capacity, giving the users no lagging experience both in hardware and software performance.

The First Super Android on the List is:

This monstrous high spec phone was released by Vivo. Vivo first set the record straight by manufacturing the world’s slimmest phone known as the Vivo X5 Max which has a thickness of just 4.75mm.

Now Vivo is back to steal the show by releasing its super Vivo Xplay Elite with 6GB of RAM, its also a dual SIM slot phone, which is made with Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The phone also features a Dual Curved 5.43 inch display like the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, the phone uses a Super AMOLED display with QHD(1440x2560 pixels resolution also).

Vivo Xplay Elite is powered by the Qualcomm’s flagship chipset, Snapdragon SoC quad core clocked at 2.15GHz, it also has an Adreno 530 GPU Graphic processor. The phone is equipped with Sony IMX298 sensor 16 MegaPixel back camera that has phase detection autofocus (PDAF) to capture all those fun moments of life, it also comes with an 8 MegaPixel front camera to give life to all selfies.

It comes inbuilt with a Fingerprint scanner, a 2600mAh battery and 128gb of non expandable internal storage. It runs Android Marshmallow (Android 6.0)

The Second Super Android on the list is:The ever loving and supportive fans of Meizu are going to love to buy the new flagship phone from Meizu. The successor of Meizu Pro 5 is expected to run on the Samsung Exynos 8890 Processor that can be found in the Samsung Galaxy S7,its also going to be featuring a 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage like the Vivo Xplay Elite. The Meizu Pro 6 is also going to have a 4GB RAM Model, fitted with 64GB internal storage, the phone is coming with a fast charge support, 3D Force/Touch Technology, its also going to be running of the Company’s Flyme 6.0 OS with full company support and OTA upgrade


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