The vivo S5, arriving on November 14, has appeared in an official poster that confirms its design.
The image posted by vivo on Chinese social network Weibo confirms the S5 will sport a punch-hole display surrounded by slim bezels and a fingerprint reader underneath, which confirms it's an OLED panel.
On the back, the S5 will have four cameras, three of which are placed in a diamond formation with the LED flash, while the fourth one is below the protruding plate.
There's also text above the cameras reading "48 megapixel", confirming previous rumors of the phone coming with a 48MP main camera.
The image also tells us that S5 will have its power button and volume rocker placed on the right side.
vivo hasn't officially revealed any specifications of the S5 other than confirming 48MP primary camera, but thanks to TENAA, we know it will come with the Snapdragon 712 SoC with up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage.
The screen will measure 6.44" diagonally and have 1080p resolution, with the hole on the top-right corner housing a 32MP selfie shooter. The 48MP main camera on the back will be joined by an 8MP ultrawide, 5MP depth, and 2MP macro units.
The vivo S5 will ship with a 4,010 mAh battery, but it's unclear whether it will draw power from a microUSB port or USB-C.
We are exactly a week from the unveiling, so expect vivo to reveal some more features of the S5 in the days leading to the official announcement.
Source (in Chinese)
2020 year of punchholes, though we will see UD cameras before end of the year in some niche phones and UD cameras in flagships in 2021 and UD cameras mainstream in 2022
What a ugly diamond shaped camera design... Vivo S1 is more beautiful than your stupid diamond setup
this must have usb type c 3.1 & ufs 3 storage