Vivo X70 series is going to be launched in early September. Under this series, the company can bring three models. Many great specifications will be found in its phone. Know the launching date etc from below.
Vivo X70 series is ready to be launched. Recently its launch date has been announced by the company. This series will be launched on 9 September. Under this, the company can bring three phones Vivo X70, Vivo X70 Pro and Vivo X70 Pro +.
The company has also released some photos of Vivo X70 Pro +. In the photo, a leather finish has been given on the back of the phone. Also, it will be brought in curved display and black and orange color options. Let us know the details about it.
Vivo X70 Series Launch Date
The company has announced the launch date of Vivo X70 series in China on Weibo. The series will be launched on September 9 at 7:30pm CST Asia (5pm IST). The company has also leaked the photos of the phone on the Chinese website. According to the leaked photo, the Vivo X70 Pro+ model will come with a quad rear camera setup. It also includes a periscope lens. Also, looking at the photo, it is known that Zeiss T * camera has also been given in the phone. All three phones of Vivo X70 series are expected to get 120hz AMOLED display.
Vivo X70 Series Expected Price
After launching in China, this series can be launched in India soon. A recent report has revealed that Vivo X70 Pro + can be launched in India for Rs 70,000. At the same time, the price of X70 Pro can be around Rs 50000.
Vivo X70 Series Specifications
Vivo X70 Pro+ was spotted on Google Play Console with 8GB of RAM and Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. A 6.7-inch Full-HD + display with 1080×2400 pixels can also be found in the phone. Vivo X70 Pro is expected to get a 6.5-inch Full-HD + display with 1080×2376 pixels. Curved display and punch hole design will be available in both phones. On the other hand, apart from the Pro model, talking about Vivo X70, it is expected to get MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. The specification and price of all three phones will be known only on the day of launch.