Anonymous, 21 Mar 2016why not just shutdown oppo,vivo,gionee and companies just like them...alway makes overpriced p... moreToday at gizchina.com I read Vivo is launching a new device globally on 24th March 2016. It will be called Vivo V3 (successor of V1) and use three types of material: metal, wood & crystal glass in its construction. They are touting V3 to have awesome speed, but I least trust their marketing campaigns, they will fit a cheap two year old Snapdragon 410 or 615 chipset and tout them as super fast!!! Let's wait and see if they can shed the usual crap policy of exuberantly expensive smartphones with diddly hardware. Finger crossed.
As an owner of two Vivo smartphones, I am must agree they make excellent smartphones. Period. Their X5Max was a flagship which I own offer an unique & enchanting user experience. At least to me. And then they offer true HiFi sound quality though headphones which not even my LG G4 can match.
But then when you start comparing their specs with the price on offer they start looking as complete crap. Which is true. And then be sure you will not receive any further android version upgrades for your phone. The bottom line is you should only gun for a Vivo, that too flagship models if only you are an audio enthusiast as their sound quality is second to none. Else my advice will be to stay away from their uber inflated unjustified pricey models and better gun for Xiaomi, Lenovo or a LeEco.
Just a waste of money.
Like throwing your hard earned money for a overpriced crappy gadget
lol redmi note 2 around that price, helio x10, 2gb ram, 13mp/5mp, 16gb internal, microsd slot, removable 3000mah battery, fast charge, full HD..
why not just shutdown oppo,vivo,gionee and companies just like them...alway makes overpriced products and think themselves as samsung or apple to do that crap