Vivo X9s and X9s Plus smartphones to become official on July 6th
Vivo X9s and X9s Plus are two new devices from Vivo that are going to become official next week. According to a teaser posted by the Chinese company, these handsets are going to unveiled on 6th of July. The Vivo X9s Plus was listed on TENAA’s website a few weeks ago but nothing is known about the X9s. The launch event is going to be held in Beijing, and these flagship devices from the company are going to be priced higher than most of the devices from the company.
From the teaser, we can see the rear chassis of the handset which looks similar to its predecessor, and we can also spot a LED flash on the right of the Main camera on the rear. There are also two antenna lines placed on the top and bottom of the rear. The leaks suggested that the X9s comes with a 5.85-inch touchscreen FHD display and under the hood, there is an oct-core 1.95GHz processor coupled with 4GB of RAM.
The onboard memory of the X9s is limited to 64GB but is not sure if the handset has a microSD card slot to extend the memory. On the camera front, the device will have a 16MP rear-facing camera, and on the front, there is a dual front camera setup of 20MP + 5MP for selfies. There is a 3920mAh battery to power the smartphone and might also have fast charge support. Out of the box, the device will run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system and expected to support further updates.
These devices are going to selfie-centric and nothing about the pricing and availability is known for now. Do you own a Vivo smartphone? Are you going to get any of these upcoming handsets? Stay tuned to PhoneRadar and comment in the section below for more.