Vivo V2168A has been noticed on the web site of Chinese language certification authority TENAA, indicating that the corporate might be getting ready for the launch of an upcoming smartphone. A brand new handset bearing the mannequin quantity V2168A has been noticed on the web site together with pictures and is tipped to characteristic an octa-core SoC paired with as much as 6GB of RAM. That is the second Vivo smartphone to look on TENAA lately. Vivo V2140A was additionally noticed on TENAA earlier this month.
The corporate is but to formally announce any particulars in regards to the Vivo V2168A smartphone. Based on the listing on TENAA, which was first spotted by Gizmochina, the upcoming Vivo V2168A might sport a 2.1GHz octa-core SoC below the hood, paired with as much as 6GB of RAM and as much as 128GB of storage.
Vivo V2168A is listed to characteristic a 6.51-inch HD+ (720×1,600 pixels) LCD show. The TENAA itemizing doesn’t point out the refresh fee of the show. Vivo V2168A is tipped to return with a twin rear digicam setup, comprising a 13-megapixel major digicam and a 2-megapixel secondary digicam. The smartphone shall be geared up with an 8-megapixel selfie digicam, in keeping with the TENAA itemizing.
On the connectivity entrance, the upcoming Vivo V2168A is anticipated to characteristic LTE connectivity, together with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The smartphone can also be listed to return with a 4,910mAh battery, that prices over the USB Sort-C port. The TENAA itemizing additionally reveals the size of the smartphone, which measures 163.96×75.2×8.28mm and weighs 171gms.
The certification web site mentions two attainable color choices for Vivo V2168A, together with a Black possibility and a Blue gradient color possibility. Vivo V2140A was additionally spotted on TENAA earlier this month, and bears the identical specs, apart from the processor, which is tipped to be a 2.35GHz octa-core processor. Vivo is but to formally announce any particulars concerning both smartphone, together with their official names, however their look on TENAA suggests they might be launched in China quickly.