V15 and V15 Pro are the two new Vivo smartphones expected for the official presentation scheduled for February 20, the same day of the Unpacked 2019 event in which will be unveiled the Galaxy S10 range and, in all probability, also Galaxy Sport.
The two devices, in recent weeks protagonists of significant leaks, have appeared in a new series of images and in a short video hands-on (the latter only V15 Pro) that do nothing but confirm the already known aesthetic characteristics. Vivo V15 Pro is characterized by a metal body that, in the back cover, integrates a glass finish with a red gradient color and a particular lattice effect. In the rear, it is possible to notice a multimedia compartment made up of a triple camera with sensors and flash LEDs developed vertically.
Vivo V15 Pro Specs
Few, however, the news from the point of view of hardware specifications. According to the recent rumors reported by MySmartPrice, Vivo V15 Pro will be equipped with:
- 6.39″ Super AMOLED display with FHD + resolution without notches or holes
- SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 675
- GPU Adreno 612
- 6GB of RAM
- 128GB of internal storage
- 32MP concealed the front camera
- Triple rear camera from 48 + 8 + 5MP
- Fingerprint sensor integrated under the display
- 3700 mAh battery with Dual Engine Fast Charging fast charge
Vivo has made public a new trailer dedicated to his next V15 Pro, this time focusing on the retractable 32MP front camera. The protagonist of the video is Indian actor Aamir Khan, chosen by the company as a brand ambassador.
The film focuses on the V15 Pro pop-up camera, the bright body color and the triple rear cam, mounted in a slightly protruding module. Vivo has not yet mentioned the sensor that will be used for the front, but according to the latest rumors should be the Samsung ISOCELL Bright GD1 recently announced.
No information, finally, on the technical characteristics of the standard variant simply referred to as V15. The sale price of V15 Pro, the source concludes, should be less than 30,000 Indian rupees which, at the exchange rate, amount to about 370 euros. This information, however, has not yet been confirmed and we, therefore, invite you to take it with due caution.
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