Vivo Z1X Is Arriving On September 6th With UD Fingerprint Sensor & 22W Flash Charge Support

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Vivo Z1 Pro has introduced to the Indian market last month, in July. The smartphone is powered by  Snapdragon 712 SoC and a large 5,000 mAh battery. Now, Vivo has announced the launch date another Z series phone which ‘Vivo Z1X”. This second smartphone of the Z series will be launch on September 6th, In Indian market. According to the report, after the launch, this Smartphone will be available exclusively on Flipkart for the Indian market. It might be available online from the first week of this September.

As per the Vivo India statement, this phone so will also be your performance-oriented smartphone just like the Vivo Z1 Pro. This phone might be a slightly enhanced version of Vivo Z1 Pro as it includes “x” in its name.  The customer can play high-end mobile games on this device. Vivo Z5 was launched in China and Vivo Z1x could be the rebrand as Vivo Z1x.

Vivo shared an official video tease on YouTube today giving viewers a brief glance at the design of the handset and a number of features.

Vivo z1x

Vivo Z1x Rumored Specification:

  • The handset might come with an AMOLED hole-punch display with a waterdrop notch design. It will be featured with UD fingerprint sensor since it comes with an AMOLED display.
  • Vivo Z1X will be featuring with a triple camera setup on its back panel. The main sensor could be a 48MP Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright GM1 lens. Its secondary sensor could be an 8MP ultra-wide lens with f/2.2 aperture and a 2MP depth sensor.
  • Information about battery capacity is not available yet but it has confirmed that the device will support a 22W FlashCharge which is Vivo’s new branded fast charging tech. A USB-C port please also be there flash charging.
  • Vivo Z1 X will be available above the price range of Rs 15,000.
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