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Vivo Z1 Pro to come with Snapdragon 712 SoC, 32MP In-display camera and 5000mAh battery

Over the last couple of days, Vivo has been testing its new Vivo Z series launch in India. The company is said to be unveiling its new Z1 Pro smartphone under the new Z series. Until now the company had confirmed that the Vivo Z1 would be coming with a punch-hole display on the front, similar to what we have seen on the Honor View 20 and the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones. And, further has also teased that it would sport triple rear cameras as well. The teasers have also indicated that the phone would be featuring a Snapdragon 700 series chipset and also claimed to have 21 days of standby time as well.

The company had released a new teaser on Vivo India Twitter channel revealing more detailed specifications of the upcoming Vivo Z1 Pro under the new Vivo Z series. Going by the teaser image, the Vivo Z1 Pro would be featuring the latest Snapdragon 712 AIE chipset, which has been introduced by Qualcomm early this year. The 712 SoC built on a 10nm based processor with 64-bit architecture, which the chipset maker claims would be 10 percent more powerful than the predecessor.

Furthermore, as stated earlier, the new Vivo Z1 Pro would be featuring triple rear cameras and the in-display punch hole camera comprising of a 32MP selfie sensor. Vivo further teases that the new Z1 Pro would be featuring a massive 5000mAh battery that further supports Vivo’s 18W fast charging as well. And, lastly, the Vivo Z1 Pro is said to be the official smartphone of PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019. The aggressive teasers from the Vivo hint us the launch is imminent by the end of this month or by the first week on next month. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.

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