Vivo S1 leaked specifications are here: Likely to cost Rs 20,000

Vivo S1 leaked specifications are here Likely to cost Rs 20,000

Vivo S1 leaked specifications are here Likely to cost Rs 20,000

Separately, a new Vivo X27 Pro variant has also surfaced online, and it is tipped to sport a wider pop-up selfie camera, amplified specifications, and a higher price tag. Although the report gives no clue as to what to expect from the new upcoming devices, it did note that both devices could get a triple rear camera setup in addition to some other capable specs. Running up to the launch, Vivo has already started taking registrations on its website. While all of the variants will have a triple camera with 48 MP main shooter with Sony IMX586 sensor, the Pro one will have a 32 MP selfie shooter, instead of settling for 16 MP.

In any case, the two teasers do emphasise that the phone will please the fashion conscious. For the front, it is said to feature a 24.8-megapixel pop-up selfie camera. The leak also showcases the render of the Vivo S1, which somewhat looks similar to the V15 Pro and even the pricing of the device is said to be CNY 2,000 (Rs 21,000 approx.) according to the Weibo post. The front comes with a tall display with no notch.

On the camera front, the Vivo S1 is equipped with a triple-camera setup with a combination of 12-megapixel primary lens, an 8-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The company is most likely to unveil the Vivo S1 in the next few days, which is expected to be the re-branded version of the recently launched Vivo V15.

Vivo S1 leaked specifications are here Likely to cost Rs 20,000

The Vivo S1 is expected to arrive with a 6.59-inch IPS LCD display.

The Vivo S1 is most likely to come with a 4000 mAh battery with support for fast charging via micro USB port. The phone is listed to be powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC paired with 8GB RAM and 256GB inbuilt storage, while it is listed to run on Android 9 Pie.

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