Latching on to the trend, Chinese phone maker Vivo also has plans to launch its next flagships with full screen display and many of the details of the phone have now been leaked through some sites, though there is no official confirmation of these from Vivo. What triggered these leaks was an advertisement relating to the FIFA World Cup in which a phone, X20 was featured.
According to the leaked information the Vivo X20 will have a display of 5.2-inches and the Vivo X20 Plus, 5.5-inches. Both will be 1080x1920 full HD displays with, least bezel sizes; the aspect ratio being 18:9 (or is it 16:9?).
On the processor front, the X20 is likely to be fitted with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 635 SoC, while the X20 Plus would have a slightly higher Snapdragon 660 processor. The phones are expected to be packed with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage memory are being predicted by these sources.
However, since Vivo may release two phones, they may opt for 4GB and 64GB for the X20 and 6GB and 128GB for the X20 Plus. As mentioned, these are preliminary leaks and once more authentic details are shared, one will know the exact configuration of both the phones.
The two Vivo phones are also likely to sport 3500mAh batteries which would amply support the heavy Processor/RAM/ROM architecture described above. The OS might be the Android Nougat version 7.1.1 when the phone is sold to the users, hoping that the upgrade to the latest Android O will happen in due course.
On the optics front too, the expectation is that it would be a 24MP front camera for selfies. A fingerprint scanner beneath the display.
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