Vivo is getting ready to launch the Vivo S7 5G on August 3. While we are days ahead of the release event, a tipster unveiled the rear and front design of the device.
Now, live images of the upcoming Vivo handset have been leaked by a tipster revealing its features and specs. Here is what you need to know.
Vivo S7 5G Features and Specs Leaked: What to Expect
The recent leak found by ZyadAtef that was posted on SlashLeaks, and we can get a sneak peek of the Vivo S7 5G front design and some important specs. The device is said to sport a display notch that can include two selfie cameras sensors. Earlier reports have hinted at a 44MP main selfie camera sensor with an 8MP secondary ultra-wide sensor and autofocus.
From the leaked images, we find that the upcoming Vivo device could carry the model number V2020A, hinting that it is the Vivo S7 5G. A few months ago, a handset with the same model number was seen at the 3C certification in China. It unveiled back then that the smartphone could be a 5G handset with a 33W fast charger out-of-the-box.
Furthermore, the leaked live images indicate that the next Vivo handset could run on Android 10 topped with FuntouchOS 10.5. The smartphone appears to house a 2.4GHz octa-core Snapdragon 765G chipset paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage space.
The Vivo S7 5G also appears to sport a 6.43-inch display with a fingerprint sensor. At its rear panel, the smartphone is believed to house a triple-camera module with a 64MP main sensor, an 8MP secondary ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 13MP portrait lens. Vivo S7 5G is expected to arrive with a 4,500mAh battery.
Vivo S7 5G Availability and Price
The Vivo S7 5G is expected to arrive on August 3 via an online release event in China. The company has published a slim profile in the purple version that previously hinted at the smartphone’s thin build. Details about the device’s price tag and availability are still scarce, but we should expect more information to be released soon.
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