Vivo is one of those smartphone developers which has barely disappointed us with its devices. It was just two days ago when we have informed you about the upcoming Vivo devices to sport some excellent features. Now the smartphones have appeared on TENAA, the website of Chinese certification commission. But there’s just one difference, the smartphones that have appeared on TENAA is dubbed as Vivo X20 and Vivo X20A (apparently the Vivo X20 Plus).
According to the reports, the two smartphones are quite similar to each other. In fact, Vivo X20 and X20A is identical as per the design. Both the devices feature a full-vision display that partially resembles the display of LG G6. The report from Gizmochina indicates that the X20 device will come with a 5.2-inch screen, while on the contrary, the X20A will sport a 5.5-inch display.
One can expect the devices to come with dual rear camera modules. This, however, resembles the report that we informed previously (as mentioned here). Vivo, this time, will not include the fingerprint sensor on the front panel. Instead, one can closely take a glance at the square shaped rear-mounted fingerprint reader settled at the back panel. For comfortable usage, the developers have added the sensor positioning slightly lower than the original.
Vivo adds a slightly bumpy camera module alongside the U-antenna line design mirrored at the bottom of the devices. On the left, one can have a good look at the SIM tray while the right-hand sides of the devices are equipped with the volume rocker and power button. While the previously leaked render suggests Vivo X20 to debut in two color variants, we are still ahead of any such news about the X20A variant right now. As of now, we are yet not familiar with the official release date. For further updates, stay glued to us.