We’ve seen plenty of Chinese companies have a spin-off of their own brands into sub-brands, and vivo decided to join the party. The company is introducing its first iQOO smartphone on March 1 and we already know the specs of the phone, thanks to the device being listed on TENAA.
In the same time the Weibo account of the company showcased the first teaser of the phone, revealing the back panel in Blue and Red (or is it Orange), along with the already expected three-cam setup.
The vivo V1824BA and vivo V1824A listings give us a glimpse of what to expect on Friday. A tall screen with 6.41” AMOLED panel and Full HD+ resolution. The chipset was already confirmed to be Snapdragon 855 and there will be three RAM options - 6 GB, 8 GB, or 12 GB. The first one will have only 128 GB storage, while the 256 GB option is reserved for the 8/12 GB variant.
The triple camera on the back will come in a 13 MP + 12 MP + 2 MP setup, the latter likely a depth sensor. The front will come with only one shooter - 12 MP, but we are yet to see if it will come in a notch, within the screen or with an elevating mechanism. The battery is listed as 3,920 mAh, and thanks to a previous teaser, we know it will have 44W fast-charging capabilities.