The X Note, Vivo’s new premium smartphone, will be released in China, according to the company. The company will unveil its new premium Android smartphone on April 11. At the same event, we’ll get to see the new Vivo Pad tablet and the Vivo X Fold foldable smartphone. Teasers for the company’s upcoming devices have begun to be released. The latest teaser confirms the design of the X Note.
The design images have confirmed the front and back designs of the upcoming Vivo smartphone. It also confirms that the alert slider will work on both the iPhone X and the iPhone X Note.
Here’s How the Vivo X Note Might Look
Vivo’s high-end Android smartphone will be the Vivo X Note. It will be available on April 11th, alongside the X Fold and Vivo Pad. The phone will have a curved display, according to the design images released ahead of the launch. The AMOLED screen will be 7 inches tall with a 2K resolution. In the top center of the screen, there is also a hole-punch cutout.
The back panel has a similar design to that of the X Fold. It has a blue back with a rectangular black island on top. On top of this is a circular camera module with a quad-camera setup. One of the lenses has a periscope camera built into it. We can’t rule out the possibility that the X Note and X Fold use the same camera sensors. In that case, the phone will have a 50-megapixel main camera, a 48-megapixel ultrawide camera, a 12-megapixel portrait camera with 2x zoom, and an 8-megapixel periscope camera with 5x zoom support.
The alert slider is located on the device’s left edge, freeing up the right edge for the volume and power buttons. At the official launch event, the device’s other features will be revealed.
The X Note is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, according to reports. It will also have a 5000mAh battery with fast charging capabilities of 80W and wireless charging capabilities of 50W. The phone will come with Android 12 preinstalled as well as a 3D ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. As expected, an Origin OS Ocean layer will be added to Android for the Chinese market.
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