We’ve seen how Vivo has recently launched the Vivo V15 Pro in India. Vivo V15, basically its brother, has been released in Thailand a week before. It’s expected to be released in India, too, on the 15th of March.
Vivo V183111A/T device has been certified recently by the TENAA authority from China, and it seems that it actually is Vivo V15, the Chinese edition.
Some leaks from China show that the Vivo V15 may come to China as Vivo S1. This means that it could be the first S-series phone from this company. Vivo S1 is expected to come with the price of 2000 Yuan (that’s $297).
What are some specs of Vivo S1?
It’s been said that it will come with a 6.59-inch IPS LCD display. It will have a resolution of full HD+ and 19.5:9 aspect ratio. We’ll also go to see MediaTek Helio P70 chipset and about 6GB of RAM.
Vivo S1 is rumored to make its appearance with an inbuilt storage worth of 128 GB. We’ve also found out that it will come with a microSD card slot if you need more storage. FunTouch 9 UI allowed Android 9 Pie to come preloaded on the device. It will come with a 4,000mAh battery
The device will also come with a pop-up selfie camera worth of 32-megapixels. However, some other sources showed that the device would actually come with a 24.8-megapixel front camera. The device will come with a triple camera setup, that will have a primary sensor of 12-megapixels, a secondary sensor of 8-megapixel and a third sensor of 5-megapixel.
We’re all about the U-Series
After Vivo V1831A/T made its appearance on TENAA, some reports have claimed that it will come under the name of Vivo Z5. And many people now expect it to be launched as Vivo S1. However, there’s no official confirmation about the existence of this S-series. The Chinese company has recently released the U-series, by letting Vivo U1 hit the market.
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