Vivo V9 Value, Retail Field, Specs Leaked Forward of India Launch on March 27
Vivo is all set to unveil its newest Vivo V9 smartphone in India at an occasion slated for March 27. Whereas the Chinese language cellphone maker has not but revealed info across the cellphone’s specs, pricing particulars, or every other options, a number of on-line leaks have emerged that give us a clearer image concerning the Vivo V9. The brand new leaks element the cellphone’s internals, and likewise function arms on pictures, pricing info, and availability in sure Southeast Asian markets. Official retail containers of the handsets are additionally apparently seen in one other set of leaks.
The primary, and most substantial, leak comes all the way in which from Indonesia. A Twitter consumer got hold of screenshots from an e-commerce web site in Indonesia which appears to have listed the Vivo V9 with press renders, value, and most inner specs. Value of the smartphone is listed as IDR four,999,000 (roughly Rs. 23,700). Other than that, the itemizing additionally reveals specs – a 6.Zero-inch full-HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) AMOLED show, a Snapdragon 660 SoC, 4GB RAM, 64GB inbuilt storage, and a twin rear digital camera (12-megapixel + Eight-megapixel) combo. The cellphone can be stated to run FunTouch OS four.Zero on prime of Android Eight.Zero Oreo out-of-the-box.
Different specs listed embrace a 24-megapixel wide-angle selfie digital camera, Face Unlock, fingerprint sensor, quick charging 3250mAh battery, and 4G LTE. Software program options on the Vivo V9 are stated to incorporate Apps Clone and FiturSmart Cut up 2.Zero.
Two different leaks from Indonesia and Thailand allegedly present the retail field of the upcoming Vivo V9. The field comes with FIFA World Cup 2018 branding and appears similar to iPhone packaging; the handset with the notch is not that totally different from the iPhone X’s design philosophy both.
Individually, a possible successor to the Vivo X20 is expected to launch in China on March 19. The Vivo X21 has been teased on Weibo, and is rumoured to sport an under-display fingerprint sensor very like the one seen on the corporate’s X20 Plus UD smartphone.