After news surfaced about the alleged Vivo S7t that received 3C certification, yet another new smartphone from the same company surfaced online.
This time it was not on any regular sites infamous for their leaks, but the new offering, from Vivo, named Vivo V2072A appears on the Google Play Console listing. Its appearance somewhat confirms that the smartphone will soon be launched. Subsequently, tweets from famous tipsters on this news flooded Twitter.
So far, whatever is known about the smartphone comes directly from the Google Play Console Listing. Whereas there is no way to confirm the validity of the specs listed, we have to take into account those specs mentioned as the ones that could be found on the final product.
The pictures that accompany the listing shows that the upcoming Vivo V2072A will sport a waterdrop notch design on its front. A few people have expressed their disregard for the waterdrop design, especially in 2021, commenting that this is not something that a lot of people want to see on their smartphones.
Elegant Themes - The most popular WordPress theme in the world and the ultimate WordPress Page Builder. Get a 30-day money-back guarantee. Get it for Free
The smartphone comes with a 1080 x 2400 FHD+ display which will offer 480 DPI. Under the hood, it is supposed to run on Dimensity 1100 processor. Moreover, the smartphone will come with 12GB of RAM, and Android 11 out of the box. Apparently, the Vivo V2072A will be the first-ever smartphone to run on the Density 1100 processor. Vivo V2072A will also be one of the many smartphones offering 5G connectivity. The smartphone will also feature a 9x ARM Mali G77 GPU.
As on the camera front, the smartphone will feature a dual selfie-camera the mega-pixels of which are not known. The status of the back cameras also remains a mystery.
Other relevant information, such as the colors, or price, has not been mentioned. Some think that the new smartphone could be part of the new V series Pro models, and if that is the case, the upcoming Vivo V2072A could be a bit expensive.