After the standard version and Pro X70, now the renderings and main specifications of Vivo X70 Pro Plus have been shared, which, while showing the different design of the device module from the previous versions, announces its use of Snapdragon 888 chip and 8 GB of RAM.
Vivo X70 Pro Plus with dimensions of 164.8 x 75.5 x 9.0 mm is the largest phone in this trio series. will be And despite the protrusion of the camera, its thickness reaches 11.3 mm.
The Pro Plus Vivo X70 will have a larger 6.7-inch display, while other versions of the family will feature 6.56-inch and 6.50-inch screens, respectively. There is also an aperture for the selfie camera at the top of the screen. This model with model number V2145A has also been seen in the Google Play console, and the provided documents show that its screen resolution will be + 1080p.
The camera module located on the back panel of the phone is also very interesting. The module includes four cameras, including a periscope lens and an AF laser, and carries all ZEISS brand cameras. However, the arrangement of the lenses as well as the design of the device’s triple LED flash is different.
It is not yet clear why Vivo has placed its camera module on the right. This decision may be purely decorative, or we may be faced with a second larger display than the May 11 Ultra. Vivo already has experience with the device’s rear displays, and has launched one of the NEX series phones with a dual display.
Documentation provided by the GPC (Global Product Classification) shows that the Vivo X70 Pro Plus comes with a Snapdragon 888 chip with 8GB of RAM. A 12GB option will probably be available though. According to the 3C certification, it can be said that this phone supports 65 watt fast charging technology. (The original version of this series will probably be released with a fast charge of 44 watts.)
Vivo also appears to be preparing a custom ISP for the X70 series called the V1. This confirms that despite the different chipsets in the phones in this series, the image processing of all three phones will be the same. Simply put, the final quality of the images is determined by the cameras’ sensors.
Vivo is expected to unveil the X70 series in September (late summer to mid-autumn) and make it available to users around the world.