Records are meant to be broken, although those Manchester United fans must be desperate for ‘The Chosen One’ to stop breaking new records for the football club – in the opposite direction, of course. Teams that have not won since before I was born have picked up victories at Old Trafford, and the four more games that they still have left to play in the remainder of the season does seem to be too much to bear. The Vivo XShot, thankfully, has broken a record in the right direction – by surpassing the 40,000 mark in the AnTuTu benchmark, being the first smartphone to do so.
Of course, this does not mean that no other smartphones managed to come near the XShot in reality, as the OnePlus One was the most recent model that hit the 38,000 mark. As for the Vivo XShot, it picked up a whopping 40,023 on the site, which means that it also edged out on other market rivals including the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
We do know that the Vivo XShot will arrive with a 24MP camera at the back of the handset, and this does seem to be a flagship smartphone that is worth well your time to check out.
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