Mobile devices slim

Published on October 18th, 2013 | by Guest

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Incredibly slim smartphones

Slim phones have become a regular feature on the social scene just like betting. The world’s incredible slimmest smartphones is the name of the title race and every renowned brand has tried to breast the tape with innovations like quad core processing and high-resolution screens.

Vivo X3: Clear cut winner

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Just when Huawei Ascend P6 had things wrapped up, Vivo X3 showed up with a thickness of 5.75mm to finish on top of the pack. The display is generous at 5” and has a good resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. It has two cameras, the rear facing 8MP and a front-facing 5MP camera. The battery is 2000 mAh.
The company has set the launch date for next month and one can expect the price to be $410. It is only available in blue colour. The white coloured model is slightly thicker at 5.95mm. The OS is Android 4.1 and it has a full HD display.

Gionee Elife E6: Winner from India

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This marvel from India has a price in the same $410 range and boasts a 1080p full HD display. The quad core processor has a speed of 1.5 GHz and the RAM capacity is 2GB. It operates on the latest Android Jelly Bean v4.2. It has the enviable dimensions of 144 x 69 x 7.7 mm. It is 128g in weight. The feature that takes the cake is the enormous 32GB internal memory. The battery is 2020mAh.
Other than this, it has 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth 4.0. It has two cameras, one 13MP rear facing camera with auto focus, and a 5MP front facing one. This phone is a real winner.

ZTE Athena sizzles

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Another ultrathin Android device, the ZTE Athena finishes ahead of several phones with its 6.2mm sleek appearance. The touchscreen display is 4.3” big and a multicore processor Cortex A 15 powers the phone. It has a huge 64GB internal memory. The operating system is Android Ice cream Sandwich 4.0.

Huawei Ascend P6 is a great phone

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This phone held the title for the slimmest phone for a long time. It is only 6.1mm thick. It has dimensions of 132.7 x 65.5 x 6.2 mm and runs on Android 4.2 OS. The K3V2+ quad core processor has speed of 1.5GHz. The battery is 2000mAh and the screen is 4.7” capacitive touchscreen having 1280 x 720 pixel resolutions. It has 3G, Bluetooth v3.0 and Wi-Fi. The memory capacity is 8GB internal storage. The two cameras are 8MP rear and 5MP front facing. It also has GPS.

Umeox X5: World’s Slimmest Smartphone

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This phone has the dimensions: 120 x 60 x 5.6 mm. Unbelievable, but this is the present slimmest phone in the world. The phone is light due to its innovative OLED OGS display. Single SIM with 1400 mAh battery, the screen resolution is 640 x 360 pixels. The manufacturers will mostly use the MT 6572 dual-core that has a speed of 1 GHz. Android Jelly Bean 4.2 OS it has internal memory storage of 4GB. The two cameras are both 5MP facing in either direction; launch date not finalized until now.

Other phones to make the cut were the Apple iPhone 5 at 7.6mm, the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc S that clocks in at 8.7mm, the Motorola Razr at 7.1mm and the Samsung Note II at 8.5mm.
Phones have made communications cheaper and easier. The sky number is helpful to have since it connects one with the network that covers just about everything in sports. From TV packs to Sky+ and Sky Wi-Fi one would find every modern communication help here. Slim phones augment this pleasurable experience all the more.

This is a guest post from Melody Cleo of Sky Contact Guide, a Sky directory guide based in the United Kingdom.

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