The Vivo S9 specifications have been leaked in detail on Weibo before the official announcement. It is said that images of the Vivo S9 design have also surfaced on the Internet. The new Vivo phone is said to have a dual selfie camera setup, titled with a 44-megapixel main sensor. There are also rumors that the Vivo S9 has a 90Hz display and a 2.5D glass back cover. In addition, it may have two different variants, with up to 12GB of RAM. According to rumors, vivo S9 will be launched in China next month.

Vivo S9 specifications (expected)

Several Twitter people shared the specifications of the Vivo S9 on Weibo. The smartphone is expected to be equipped with a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 90Hz. According to reports, it also includes the brand new MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC, which is said to have received 600,000 points on AnTuTu. In addition, according to tips, the phone may have 8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB storage versions.

Vivo S9 is also expected to be equipped with dual selfie cameras on the front, including a 44-megapixel Samsung GH1 main sensor and an ultra-wide auxiliary shooter.

In addition to the selfie camera, the detonator also claimed that Vivo S9 can be equipped with a triple rear camera setup. Details about the sensor have not been disclosed.

Vivo S9 may have a 4, battery and supports 33W fast charging. It is 7.31 mm thick and weighs 168 grams. In terms of design, the back of the phone may have a 2.5D glass protective layer, and it is made of aerospace aluminum-magnesium alloy material.

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It is said that the overall design of Vivo S9 is similar to its predecessor, Vivo S7. The renderings on Weibo also hint at the gradual effect.

Vivo has not provided any detailed information about the S9. However, the phone allegedly appeared on the China Compulsory Certification (3C) website. It is also expected to debut on March 6.


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