A release date for the rumoured Vivo X20 has been revealed. The information comes courtesy of Vivo’s own Weibo page; where it announced that the phone will be revealed in China on 21 September. There’s nothing much else in the teaser, although it does at least show what the device will look like.
The design of the Vivo X20 looks similar to the V7+, complete with the same FullView display on the front. What is significantly different with this model is the use of a Full HD panel instead of the 720p on the V7+, which we expect to be sized somewhere between a 5.5-inch to a 6-inch display.
Other features rumoured to be on the X20 includes using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625, 6GB of RAM, a minimum of 32GB of internal storage, and Android 7.1.1 out of the box. We could also see a large battery, speculated to be rated at 3500mAh. As with the V7+, we should see a 16MP sensor that can combine photos into an ultra-high-resolution image, and a high resolution 24MP sensor on the front.
At the same time, we also should be seeing a larger Vivo X20 Plus launched at the same time, with minimal design changes between the two models. We suspect the Plus may just be a model with a larger internal storage.
We will be looking for the launch of the Vivo X20 and X20 Plus when it is revealed on the 21 September, and see if it is a worthy device to have and own here in Malaysia.