Vivo T3x Teaser Campaign Starts Revealing Circular Camera Design


Vivo is gearing up to introduce a new mid-range smartphone in India dubbed Vivo T3x. After some leaks, Vivo officially began the marketing campaign in India. The company published a new teaser campaign for the device in India today, in partnership with Flipkart. The popular e-commerce website already has a landing page ready for the T3x, revealing a glimpse of the rear design and confirming a circular camera island for the smartphone.

Vivo T3x –  Teaser Campaign Begins

Vivo will reveal details slowly in this teaser campaign. The next feature “drop” is scheduled for April 12, next Friday. On that day, we will finally find the chipset at the helm of the new smartphone. So far, it is rumored to be based on a 4nm process. It also beats the MediaTek Dimensity 6080 and Dimensity 6100+ in AnTuTu. As per the rumors, it can pretty much be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1. However, we need to wait for official information from Vivo.

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Vivo T3x

The teaser also reveals the Vivo T3x will have 5G support and will cost under INR 15,000 ($180 or €166 at the current exchange rates). Unfortunately, we don’t know exactly how much under this price the phone is. According to Vivo, a week from now, on April 15, Flipkart will reveal the Vivo T3x’s battery capacity. Anyway, a past rumor suggests it will have a 6,000 mAh battery capacity.

Considering the pace of this step-to-step teaser campaign, we believe that the Vivo T3x will take some time to be revealed. The Vivo T3x will come with a triple-camera setup. As per the rumors, it has a 64 MP main shooter, and two 2 MP auxiliary cameras for macro and depth sensing. The phone will likely run Android 14 straight out of the box with FuntouchOS 14 running atop.

For now, we need to wait patiently for the next round of teasers coming from Vivo and Flipkart.

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