The Vivo X70 series is slated to hit the market in India in September in collaboration with the Indian Premier League (IPL). The company launched the Vivo X60 series in India back in March after the phones debuted in China in December. While the Vivo X60 and Vivo X60 Pro came onto the market in China with the Exynos 1080 SoC, the Indian version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC was used. The Vivo X70 series could bring three phones like the Vivo X60 series, but the company hasn’t released any information on its next flagship X-series phones.
A report by Gizmochina citing Tipper Yogesh claims that the Vivo X70 series will be launched in India in partnership with IPL in September. The remaining IPL games are set to take place in the United Arab Emirates in September and October, according to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Vivo is a sponsor of IPL, so it comes as no surprise if the company plans to launch its new flagship Vivo X70 series phones in line with IPL.
Very little has been typed about the Vivo X70 series so far. Early last month, the key specs of the alleged Vivo X70 Pro + surfaced online and it will likely be the top tier variant of the series, just like the Vivo X60 Pro +. The Vivo X70 Pro + is said to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, a 4,500 mAh battery with support for 66W fast charging, and a 1 / 1.28-inch sensor for the primary sensor. Aside from the SoC, these are improved specs over the Vivo X60 Pro +.
Then last month a Vivo phone with the model number V2123A, believed to be the Vanilla Vivo X70, was spotted on a Geekbench list pointing to the new MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC. The phone came with 8GB of RAM running Android 11. Also noteworthy was the nickname Vivo X7070 reportedly sighted in the IMEI database with the model number V2104.
To reiterate, Vivo has not shared any information on the upcoming Vivo X70 series, so this information should be viewed with a pinch of salt.
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