Vivo officially launched their Vivo X9 Plus smartphone last year and now, there is a new smartphone set to take up from where it stopped, called the Vivo X9s Plus. We just spotted this handset making its way through the Chinese Certification website, TENAA, meaning its launch date is imminent.
This handset will be heading over to the phablet market with a 5.85 inch Full HD OLED touchscreen display having a resolution of about 1920 x 1080 pixels. The processor to be used still remains in the dark nonetheless, we know that it will be running at a speed of 1.95GHz.
This unspecified processor will be coupled up with 4GB of RAM and 64GB expandable internal memory. On the top upfront of the handset, there will be a dual camera set-up comprising of a 20MP + 5MP camera that will be accompanying a main 16MP camera sensor on the back panel.
The Vivo X9S Plus will be running the Android Nougat 7.1.1 Operating System from the box and the phone will be fueled by a humongous 3,920mAh battery pack that should keep your piston fingers thumping for many hours.
Under the display, there will be a physical home button that we are also sure will double up as a fingerprint scanner to help enhance the security module of the handset. When compared to its predecessor, it looks like this new comes has its specification toned down.
However, since it has made its way through TENAA, we are sure to see it go live in the few coming weeks so we can truly compare the specifications to see if Vivo took a step forward with this device of drew back.