Vivo, one of the fastest-growing smartphone brands, will be launching two new smartphones Vivo X9 and X9 Plus on November 17th in China. The devices are said to sport dual front camera setup featuring a 20MP and 8MP sensors. Though there are smartphones like Meitu M6 which came with a 21MP front and rear cameras, the dual front sensors on Vivo X9 devices bring even more options for the selfie lovers. We also expect the Vivo X9 and X9 Plus to be launched outside of its home country. These devices will be successor to the Vivo X7 and X7 Plus smartphones that are launched in the first half of 2016. For Vivo, India is the second important market next to China.
While X7 & X7 Plus aren’t made available here, the company has launched the Vivo V3 and V3 Max with high-end specifications. Now Vivo will be launching the all new Vivo V5 smartphone in India in the next couple of weeks. It will be the successor to the popular Vivo V3 that came with 5-inch HD display, 3GB RAM, and 8MP front camera. As of now, there is no information about the launch of Vivo V5 Max. Talking about the Vivo V5, it sports an all metal body with rounded corners. The USP of the device is its 20MP selfie camera on the front along with the softlight LED flash. The Vivo X7 and X7 Plus are the first Vivo smartphones to feature front LED flash. As seen with the earlier Vivo devices, the Vivo V5 also offers HiFi audio output.
The home button placed below the display comes integrated with the fingerprint sensor. From the above image, the Vivo V5 looks almost similar to the Vivo X7. We expect the device to feature a 5.2-inch display with Full HD (1920m x 1080 pixels) resolution. Under the hood, the device will be powered by the Snapdragon processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The Vivo V5 can be expected to cost anywhere between Rs. 20,000 to Rs. 25,000. For comparison, the Vivo V3 was launched at Rs. 17,980 and is now retailing at just Rs. 13,999 (Buy Now). Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details as the device will be launched soon here in India.
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