Vivo has launched it’s latest S series in China back in March, this year. The Chinese manufacturer had introduced Vivo S1 smartphone, which was powered by an Helio P70 SoC and came with a 24.8MP pop-up selfie camera. And, later in May, this year the company had unveiled its Pro version — the Vivo S1 Pro, which came with a Snapdragon 675 processor. While there were reports of the same Vivo S1 smartphone coming to India, a new leak suggests what to expect from the Indian version of the Vivo S1.
First spotted by IndiaShopps, Vivo is said to be launching its Vivo S series sometime soon. It is believed that there are significant differences between the Vivo S1 launched in China and the device with the same moniker, which is launching in India. According to the leaked Vivo S1 packaging in the report, the Vivo S1 would be featuring a 6.38-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display that also features in-display fingerprint scanner for authentication.
Under the hood, unlike the Chinese variant, the Vivo S1 that is supposed to be launching in India will be powered by an Helio P65 octa-core processor, which is supposedly the first phone to feature this new MediaTek’s processor that was launched this June — followed by 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. As for the cameras is concerned, the report reveals, the Vivo S1 will be featuring a 32MP AI-powered selfie camera under the waterdrop notch, instead of a pop-up camera like the Chinese variant. On the rear, the device is equipped with triple AI-powered cameras comprising of a 16MP primary sensor paired with 8MP and 2MP secondary sensors.
The Vivo S1 is said to be kept alive a 4500mAh battery, which further supports Vivo’s Dual Engine Fast Charging feature. The upcoming Vivo S1 would ship with Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. Lastly, the report suggests this tweaked version of Vivo S1 in India would likely be priced under Rs 20,000 price segment and might be unveiled in the country by next month. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.
(The featured image of Vivo S1 launched in China.)