Mobiles Vivo X20 Plus UD Renders Leaked, Alleged Price and Launch Date Now Known By Krishanu Chatterjee Posted on January 19, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Vivo X20 Plus UD has been making all the right noises over the last few days. It is the first phone to have the on-screen fingerprint sensor successfully integrated. We have previously covered the device. And while there were some reports on the device, there were no concrete reports on what the device would ultimately feature nor when the device would launch. We know something more concrete now. The details were first made public by a noted leakster Zyad Atef, who has been known to be pretty accurate on most of his leaks. He not only showed off the phone but also leaked some hitherto unknown facts about the new phone’s launch and the price of the device as well. According to Atef, the Vivo X20 Plus UD as shown in the new images does not feature the front-facing or even a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. This is a clear indication of the fact that the biometric recognition feature may well be placed just under the screen. The handset will also feature a Clear ID in-display fingerprint scanner which is designed by Synaptics. Vivo X20 Plus UD ~ ¥3998 – January 25. pic.twitter.com/nuPM4UmdeE — Zyad Atef (@ZyadAtef12) January 19, 2018 As far as the other design elements are concerned, the X20 Plus UD resembles is also identical to the pictures that we saw surface via its TENAA listing. This being a variant of the Vivo X20 Plus, the design is more or less similar as we have mentioned below. The all-new Vivo X20 Plus UD has onboard a 6.43-inch OLED panel which will likely support a Full HD+ resolution. Onboard is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset and a handsome 4 GB of RAM. The device will bear a native storage of 128 GB. Initial reports suggested that the Vivo X20 Plus U would come with a price tag of 3698 Yuans. Atef states that the device will debut with a price tag of 3,998 Yuan (or ~$625) on Jan. 25. You should take this information with a grain of salt, however.