VIVO Z1 With Snapdragon 660 AIE To Go On Pre-Sale Tomorrow


Currently, the gaming smartphone market looks too attractive to many manufacturers. Many of them are working on new devices to offer to gamers. Even if those handsets don’t come with a strong gaming accent, their manufacturers will promote them in that way. After seeing the success of the Xiaomi Black Shark and the Nubia Red Magic, there was a prediction we’ll see too many models for the niche in the nearest future. On May 21, VIVO announced it will release a new handset in face of the VIVO Z1, which should come with an excellent configuration and strong performance. This phone will inevitably bring you an intelligent and enjoyable speed experience, and it will overturn your understanding of mainstream smartphones.


Today, the company released the last warm-up poster saying the VIVO Z1 will support AI game feature. Moreover, it’s been officially confirmed the Z1 will be packed with a Snapdragon 660 AIE. This simply means our protagonist will provide a great performance. Previously, the Snapdragon 660 AIE has been seen on the beasts such as the Xiaomi Mi 6X, OPPO R15, etc.

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The previous posters showed the VIVO Z1 Will come with a 24MP light-sensitive unit and a full-screen. Moreover, those posters showcased it adopts the same design elements as the VIVO X21. However, the Z1 is not going to focus on the same market as the company’s current flagship. They look like identically, but the hardware and price tags are quite different.


At last, we can write down the VIVO Z1 will be the cheaper and lightened variant of the VIVO X21. At this moment, we know only a few of its selling points such as the notch screen, SND660 AIE, and an AI camera. But the pre-sale of this handset will begin tomorrow. So everything will be disclosed in hours.

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1 Comment

  1. June April
    May 25, 2018

    I did say it would not come with anything greater than an SD 660 a couple of days ago.