Vivo has got two new mid-range models in the pipeline that will launch shortly in China. The handset maker just got the two devices approved by TENAA yesterday. While we’re not aware of their market name of the twins, we do know a lot about how they look and what they have inside their guts.
The two models – Vivo V1803BA, V1730DT, are almost twin siblings when it comes to looks while there is some difference in terms of the essential components, both phones have a 6.2-inch HD+ display and they will likely have a notch. That will take the aspect ratio to 19:9 most probably. The driving processor is different in both models. The V1730DT seems to be a low-end variant with a 1.8GHz chipset while the V1803BA has an octa-core 2GHz chipset. If you’re looking for minute physical measure and weight, take a look below.
Both models contain 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard expandable storage. Moreover, both models bear a similar camera setup too. A 13MP primary sensor that is aided by a 2MP secondary shooter is listed on TENAA. The front camera is an 8MP shooter. Furthermore, on the connectivity side of things, there is 4G VoLTE and 3.5mm headphone jack support.
Both the V1803BA and V1730DT run Android 81. Oreo masked by Vivo’s own skin running on top of it. The two handsets will be getting a 3,180mAh battery pack, however, no release date or product names are known as of now.
Vivo has become an aggressive smartphone manufacturer. Looking at this year’s line up the company is frequently releasing innovative products that can disrupt the market. What do you think of the new upcoming Vivo budget phones? Let us know in the comments section below.