Vivo S7 is the company’s next thin and light 5G smartphone

Author at TechGenyz Mobile

The major mobile phone manufacturers globally have slowly begun to come out of the pandemic imposed hiatus, not that it was a full-fledged hiatus for some companies. In any case, lately more companies have started to produce more products for their consumers.

In this plethora of smartphone companies, another China-based company Vivo apparently is all set to launch a new product. Some netizens have been informed through reliable sources that the company will bring to the market the brand new Vivo S7.

According to the leaked information, Vivo S7 will be centered around the selfie-feature, and the smartphone itself will be a “new generation selfie tool” subsequently opening up a new era of ultra-clear selfies.

Netizens also have reasons to believe that the upcoming smartphone will be light and thin. In all likeliness, the Vivo S7 will hit the market pretty soon. It is not surprising that for the new smartphone, Vivo is shifting its focus to and emphasizes the selfie camera. Since its inception, the smartphone has been selfie-centered.

The previous smartphone from Vivo, the Vivo S6 not only achieved ultra-clear image quality through the 32MP front-facing soft light night-time selfie but also possessed the industry-leading front-end night photography capability. Furthermore, upon the company’s insistence upon the selfie quality of its upcoming smartphone, there is no doubt that the company will push its night-time photography technology even further.

Another point of advantage for Vivo with its upcoming smartphone would be its lightweight since most of the 5G smartphones tend to be on the heavy side.

A thin and light Vivo smartphone will certainly deviate from the heavy 5G smartphone norm and will be a breath of fresh air. Very little details regarding the specs are known, and as such release date and price is not known. This information is likely to be announced at a later date along with some solid features of the Vivo S7.

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