Chinese smartphone maker Vivo recently dropped the VIVO Z1x smartphone for its fans in India and is also reportedly on the verge of expanding its VIVO V series with the imminent launch of the VIVO V17 Pro.
The device has leaked several times, and we know that one of its selling points could be its pop-up camera design. And while that isn’t new to the industry, VIVO is set to one-up other devices with similar design by fitting two front cameras on the pop-up system.
Yes, you read right. The Vivo V17 Pro will get a total of two selfie cameras, in addition to a Quad-camera setup on the flipside. That makes it a total of six cameras. Although we have had some leaked images of the device before now, the latest leak gives us a closer look at the device from all angles. The leak comes courtesy of WinFuture and given the good track record, we think the specs listed below are solid.
You can check out the leaked renders below for yourself:
Looking at the renders, you would notcie the an all screen display, with an obvious sign of an in-display ffingerprint scanner. On the top of the display, one would also notice the pop-up camera that takes up virtually the entire top all thanks to the dual camera sensors. On the flip side, we can notice a quad-lens setup with the VIVO branding below it.
Aside from the renders, Winfure also detail the specs and features of the upcoming device. It is expected to come with a 48MP primary sensor with Super Night mode, coupled with an ultra-wide-angle shooter, and dual 2MP sensor, one of which could be for depth sensing, and the other a dedicated Macro lens.
It is tipped to come flaunting a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED screen with a tall 21:9 aspect ratio with 1080 x 2440px resolution, while it will be powered by the Snapdragon 675. The report referenced just one memory option – one with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory, while it will be fueled by a 4,100 mAh.
VIVO V17 Pro Launch date
We are not sure when the VIVO V17 Pro will debut, though reports say it will go official by September end. And when it does, indications are that it might remain exclusive to the Chinese and Indian market.