Chinese manufacturer Vivo has amplified its smartphone portfolio in 2019, always seeking to follow the main trends of the mobile market, making available to fans of the brand and even future buyers handsets with varied design, performance, and usability, always showing a good technological diversity in the market. intermediate line.
The Vivo S1 Pro is a good example of this as it delivers typical processing specifications of the category it fits, but enhances the photographic, offering varying quality on its rear and front lenses, so that the capture experience is enjoyable on different possibilities.
Within the general configurations presented by the company, the new phone will feature the 6.38 inch AMOLED HD + screen, which brings a top notch drop to the front lens but without giving up 90% of the display area. , which still houses the digital reading biometrics under the screen.
In the performance part, the Snapdragon 665 platform will be the brain of the equipment, which will still have 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. To complete this piece of hardware, smartphone power is managed by 4,500 mAh of battery, which features 18W fast charging technology via USB-C connection.
On the photographic side, Vivo has chosen a 32-megapixel selfie lens, which promises to deliver superior image quality to other devices in this price range. In addition to this, the set of three rear cameras housed in a quadrangle triangle is of varying quality, with the main having 48 megapixels, the secondary is wide-angle with 120 degrees aperture and the last is 8 MP.
Interesting and noteworthy is the fact that the 48 MP lens comes with Samsung GM1 sensor, Artificial Intelligence for high quality captures, as well as the much loved public night mode, which promises good resolution images in darker locations.
To further amplify expectations, Vivo announced the official release date of the handset, which will be November 20 in some Asian markets, such as Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Malaysia, in Glowing Black and Crystal Blue colors.
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One thing that remained open was the fact that the design and specifications of this smartphone are identical to that of the leaked Vivo V17 earlier this month, which may indicate a modified nomenclature version for the other Asian markets, as indicated above.