For Android smartphones, the triple rear camera setup have now been relegated to mid-range devices. This means that flagship smartphones now go after Quad- or Penta-rear camera setup. Also, the arrangement of these cameras also matters and the upcoming Vivo V17 shows just that. Recently some real images of the Vivo V17 appeared online. The smartphone design shows that it uses a water drop full-screen display. However, it is its diamond-shape quad-rear camera setup that catches the eye.
The Vivo V17 series already passed through TENAA and it has two versions – “V1945T” and “V1945A”. According to the TENAA listing, this smartphone comes with a dimension of 159.25 × 75.19 × 8.68 mm and weighs 186.7g. It uses a 6.38-inch AMOLED waterdrop screen with a resolution of 1080×2340. Although there is no name for the processor, it clocks 2.0GHz. We will have up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
The diamond read quad-camera setup uses a 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP configuration. On the front, we have a 32MP camera while a 4390 mAh (no information on the fast charge). battery keeps the lights of this phone on. This smartphone also comes with a gravity sensor, a distance sensor, a light sensor, an on-screen fingerprint sensor, and a fast charge. The name “Vivo V17” is for the global version. The Chinese version will probably come with another nomenclature.