Vivo is preparing its troops to launch a spanking new handset under the X-series in its homeland. The company is setting an event to launch the smartphone alongside its revolutionary X Fold foldable smartphone in China on April 11.

Although the company has been keeping its volume low when it’s come to its flagships products, tipsters from various regions thronged the industry to peep into the machine. The Vivo X Note’s new leaked picture portrays the ultra-smooth finish of the product with curved edges to hold it firmly and not to be dropped down if we loosen our grips.

The phone has a punch-hole display with a rough back cover. The whole design has been mounted on the rear shell; it has a blue-colored large camera block at the top, with a slight bump to make it look like armor. It sports a cylindrical-shaped quad-camera unit with an LED flash and ZEISS branding on the top right corner.

The left edge of the machine is mounted with an alert slider button. The back cover is like a queer companion; as we see the sheath, it seems to be a machine wrapped with the leathered material to make the device look tenacious.  With its superlative design out of the way for a while, the device has something more to address the users.

Despite the super silence from the company, whilst we’ve been waiting for the official words from the firms, a new Geekbench database listing has showcased the key performance of the forthcoming Vivo smartphone.

The phone is likely to be available in India soon.  The phone has been showcased on the sub-running platform with the model number V2170A. As we travel through the listing, it unveils that the smartphone has a processor tagged as “taro,” which is assuredly the latest upgrading of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset. 

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Chipset is an Octa-core processor with a maximum clock speed of 3.0 GHz coupled with an Adreno 730 GPU.  In addition, the listing indicates that the smartphone will come with 12GB of RAM and will sprint on Android 12. Furthermore, Vivo X Note has secured 794 points in the single-core test and bagged 3158 points in the multi-core test at Geekbench. 

 

  

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