Vivo is working quite hard as many smartphone are slated for launch in the next few months. Apart from Vivo V2019A, Vivo V2007, and Vivo V2024 which have appeared at different certifications and benchmark websites in the past few weeks, Vivo has another flagship device scheduled for launch in August. According to a piece of new information from 3C certification, the Vivo V2011A model is re-certified with 55W super flash charging.
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The new Vivo V2011A model is expected to launch with the Snapdragon 865 chipset with a 90Hz refresh rate and massive 16GB RAM. If it is true, it would be the first smartphone to carry such an enormous amount of RAM. The smartphone is expected to unveil in August.
Vivo V2011A’s new model supports 55W fast charging with charger bearing model number V5550L0A0-CN. The smartphone has also passed through the radio transmission certification.
The actual name of the smartphone is not yet available, but we expect it could be some new smartphone of its subsidiary iQOO. Precisely, it is expected to be the rumored iQOO 3 Pro if we match the leaked specs of the smartphone. Moreover, the iQOO 3 Pro is expected to feature LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage as it is used in iQOO 3.
As far as the design is concerned, we expect it to carry similarities with iQOO 3. However, there’s no photo or the render of the device that has appeared online as of now.
The iQOO 3 will feature specification similar to its younger sibling – iQOO 3. But, we will wait for some official information about the device in the coming few days.