Popular Chinese smartphone giant Vivo seems set to debut a new S-series device in China, with the company rumoured to launch the S12 series, featuring a vanilla variant and the S12 Pro.
This comes after two Vivo handsets with the model numbers V2162A and V2163A visited the TENAA website, with these two devices touted to be the Vivo S12 Pro and the vanilla S12. Vivo however is yet to announce an official launch date for the same.
While we wait for more launch information, there seems to be a live image of the device floating around, providing insight in relation to the design, features and specifications.
What Do We Know About the Vivo S12 Pro?
There seems to be a live image of the Vivo S12 Pro which has been spotted in the wild, revealing certain key aspects of the device. The device is most likely going to be Vivo’s mid-range offering for the Chinese market.
The live images of the device reveal a wide notch on top of the display, meaning that any sort of punch-hole setup or a pop-up camera for selfies is unlikely.
The notch resembles the ones present on the older Pixel series devices and the iPhones. There is one key difference however since the Vivo S12 Pro seems to feature a dual front camera setup.
One of these shooters is a 50MP main sensor, with the second one likely being a portrait or ultra-wide sensor, with the live image also revealing a curved display.
What Else is the Company Working on?
The TENAA listing of the two new devices fail to reveal a lot of information, but the 3C spotting does confirm the charging speed of the device, with the Vivo S12 Pro likely to feature 44W charging out of the box.
In other news, the Chinese firm is preparing a new refresh for its V-series of smartphones. It took a while, but it seems that the Vivo V21 series is finally being replaced. On November 23, the company will introduce its Vivo V23e 5G in Thailand.
Interestingly, the Vivo V23e already made an appearance in Vietnam with a 4G variant. Now, however, the company is bringing a new variant with support for the fifth-generation networks.
We can expect a totally new and different chipset at the bare minimum. Thankfully, we already know a lot of what to expect from the handset ahead of its launch.