Vivo X6 receives network certification in China in multiple variants


It’s no secret that the Vivo X6 is coming, but a network certification is still the final nail in the coffin for any smartphone leak.

Today’s info comes not from TENAA but 3C, the certification body that just gave Vivo authorisation to sell the X6 in China. The X6 was spotted in multiple variants on 3C.

The phone got certified as the Vivo X6A and the X6L. It isn’t clear what the differences are between the two models, but speculations suggest that the two will either be differentiated among by screen sizes, or presence of Force Touch.

Huawei and ZTE were the first OEMs to introduce Force Touch (aka pressure sensitive touch screens) phones, but the fad seems to have picked up ever since Apple intro’d the iPhone 6s a couple or so months back.

Vivo aren’t known for their cheap phones, and the X6 being a full-blown flagship most certainly won’t challenge the likes of Elephone and UMi with its pricing.

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Will you be happy to cough up ‘Vivo tax’ for the X6, considering it’s being said to sport a MediaTek Helio X20? Let us know in the comments section below!

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