Vivo is gearing up to debut a new S-series smartphone in China. The company will launch the S12 series, where it is expected to launch the vanilla S12 alongside a Pro model. Two Vivo smartphones with the model numbers V2162A and V2163A were spotted on the TENAA website. These two devices are expected to be the Vivo S12 Pro and the vanilla model. Vivo is yet to announce the official launch date of these devices. While we wait for that, another key detail of the S12 Pro has surfaced online. A live image of the alleged S12 Pro has been spotted in the wild, which reveals some key specs. Let’s take a look at the Vivo S12 Pro specs, live image, features and other details.
Vivo S12 Pro live image, TENAA and 3C listing
Vivo S12 Pro is likely the company’s upper mid-range offering for the Chinese market. The device’s live image reveals that it has a wide notch at the top of the display. The notch is similar to what we have seen on the older iPhone and Pixel smartphones. However, the upcoming Vivo smartphone in China features a dual-front camera setup. One of the two front cameras has a 50MP primary sensor. The second one could be a portrait or an ultrawide front camera. The live image further reveals that the device has a curved display.
The TENAA listing of the device does not reveal much either. However, it was spotted on the 3C website (via GizmoChina), which confirmed its charging speed. The Vivo S12 Pro is likely to support 44W fast charging out of the box.
Other details of the device remain unknown at the moment. These two Vivo smartphones will launch as an upgrade over the S10 series, which was launched earlier this year. They feature a high refresh rate AMOLED display, a Dimensity chip under the hood and up to a 108MP triple-camera setup on the back. Vivo is likely to make some minor changes and launch the S12 series as an incremental upgrade.