Vivo X70 Pro design renders have surfaced on the web courtesy of China Telecom before the official unveiling of the Vivo X70 series. The upcoming X70 lineup features the Vivo X70, X70 Pro, and X70 Pro+ models. Furthermore, the Vivo X70 series will go official in China on September 9 and hit the store shelves globally the next day on September 10. With the series set to launch soon, the Chinese technology company has started shedding light on the key specifications of the upcoming phones.
The phones will undergo radical overhauls in the camera and display departments. While Vivo has remained mum on these upgrades, the China Telecom website has listed some vital information and pricing details of the X70 Pro model. The Vivo X70 Pro made its appearance on the TENAA certification website earlier this week. Last month, some key specifications of the phone were revealed via its Google Play Console listing. A previously leaked poster of the smartphone has already revealed the color options.
Vivo X70 Pro Design
The Vivo X70 Pro has been subject to multiple leaks and speculations. The recently surfaced listing included design renders and pricing details. The white-tinted rear panel houses a quad-camera module. Moreover, this rectangular camera setup features an LED flash. The power and volume buttons have been added on the right edge. The speaker grille, USB Type-C port, and the SIM tray are seen on the bottom edge. The phone sports a 6.56-inch AMOLED curved display with Full HD+ resolution and a hole-punch cut out to accommodate the front shooter.
The phone will be available in three color options including Nebula, Monologue, and Darkest. A 4,380 mAh battery with 55W fast charging support will keep the entire system powered up. Other notable features include NFC support and a USB Type-C port. The phone’s dimensions are 158.30×73.21×8.08mm and it weighs 186 grams. The X70 will be available with two different processors. There will be two versions of the Vivo X70. While one model will pack a 2.8GHz octa-core processor (Exynos 1080), the other will come with a 3GHz chipset (MediaTek Dimensity 1200), under the hood, according to NewsBytes.
Aside from that, the listing suggests that the base variant will ship with 12GB of RAM and offer 256GB of internal storage while carrying a CNY 4,999 (about $775) price tag. The larger model will come with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of built-in storage capacity. It will set you back to CNY 5499, which converts roughly to about $852. More details are likely to surface online ahead of the series’ upcoming launch.