Vivo X200 Coming Soon With “Relatively Small” Display


Vivo X200

Vivo introduced the Vivo X100 in November last year bringing premium specifications and the usual professional camera combo. Now, the company is hard at work on its successor, the Vivo X200. Ahead of the release, a few details about the new Vivo X200 have been leaked on Weibo. The new information comes straight from the reliable tipster Digital Chat Station.

The Vivo X200 Screen is Relatively Smaller than the Vivo X100

According to DSC, the new Vivo X200 will come with MediaTek’s Dimensity 9400 chipset. This is the company’s next flagship processor, which should be announced ahead of the phone’s release. Just like the Dimensity 9300, MediaTek will keep the only BIG core structure with the new ARM Cortex-X925 cores and ARM Cortex-A725 cores. The tipster also confirms the presence of a 1.5K display, which is the Chinese term for displays with 1,220p resolution. According to him, the interesting part is that the phone’s screen will be “relatively small” and flat, and will feature a narrow frame design.

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Vivo X100

The Vivo X200 will have three 50 MP cameras on the back. The setup will include a 3x periscope zoom camera, and it will also bring another edition of Vivo’s self-developed imaging chip on board too. There will be an optical in-display fingerprint scanner. The Pro is expected to feature an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner which brings a massive upgrade over the regular under-screen fingerprint.

Details about the Vivo X200 are still scarce

The Vivo X200 display should be smaller than the Vivo X100, and perhaps, smaller than a X200 Pro. Vivo is likely trying to differentiate the vanilla model and the Pro variant this year. Anyway, this is yet to be confirmed. Digital Chat Station’s claim for a “relatively small” display could mean a lot of things and we will need more official information.¬† There is still no word on the possible release date for the X200 series. We believe we’re still a few months away from seeing these devices. We will keep you informed if new details emerge.

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