Joining in on the three-camera bandwagon is the Vivo V15 Pro, which will be the successor of 2018’s Vivo V11 Pro. A case of the upcoming smartphone was released in China that allegedly leaked its multi camera setup and the 32 Megapixels selfie popup camera. The same was earlier seen in the popular Vivo Nex.
The case has a long camera cutout on the back with another cutout at the top hinting at the motorised pop up front facing camera. Also, there is no fingerprint scanner cutout at the back and if we are to believe at the leak it hints at the in-screen fingerprint scanner, which many phone companies are coming up with lately. And this is no surprise as its predecessor, the V11 Pro, too sported similar unlock feature. Aiming for the mid-range market the phone will be sporting a full screen display.
We can see the phone to be released sometime around next month. The pricing of the V15 Pro will be somewhere around Rs. 30,000 as the V11 Pro currently sells for Rs 23,999 on amazon and Rs 25,990 on Flipkart. And for the other smaller variant of the V15 Pro which will be the V15 the pricing will be around Rs 18,000 to 25,000.
More details about the phone has not been revealed yet, and the specs will be revealed somewhere in mid Feb. But, the phone is aimed at the mid-price segment and has lots of good competitors like the Poco F1, One Plus 6, Asus 5z to name a few. If it has to make a name for itself like the Vivo Nex or its predecessor the V11 Pro it will have to have some good industry competing specs.
Vivo Nex through which the company introduced the motorized selfie camera will allegedly be discontinued to make way for the newer V15 Pro. Last year’s Vivo Nex had been a game changer in the smartphone world as it completely got rid of the notch while still not abandoning the front facing camera. Vivo has lately been the company to bring something new to the platter, last year they did the motorized pop up selfie camera with the Nex, then they brought the double sided Vivo Nex Dual display and then the Vivo Apex 2019 with Snapdragon 855 Soc with 12GB RAM without any physical buttons. Which makes us wonder what will the Chinese major bring next to the table?