Last month, Vivo S12 Pro with model number V2163A was spotted on 3C certification, confirming that the phone will offer 44W fast-charging support. On the same day, new leaked photos of the phone suggested that the Vivo S12 Pro will come with a dual-selfie camera on the front. The phone has been listed on 3C and TENAA already indicating that the launch is imminent. The Vivo S12 Pro alongside the Vivo S12 is expected to launch this month but it looks like ahead of launch, details regarding the phones have started to come out. A leaked render of the Vivo S12 Pro has appeared online, on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo.
The leaked render of the phone shows the front as well as the back of the phone with quite a bit of detail. On the front, we can see that there is a considerable bigger notch at the top to house the dual-camera setup. The display is curved and it looks like the phone is using an AMOLED display with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The power button and volume rockers seem to have been placed at the right edge of the phone.
The back of the phone doesn’t reveal much in this leaked render. We only see a triple camera setup on the back, along with an LED flash. However, the rumour mill suggests that the phone will come with a 50-megapixel primary camera, with Samsung’s JN1 sensor alongside an 8-megapixel ultra-wide lens. There is no word regarding what the third lens is for, but we expect that it’s not one of those macro lenses that we find on every other phone. Just like the front, the back also has curved edges.
Some sources have suggested that while the Vivo S12 Pro comes with a curved display and curved back, the S12 will come with a flat design, on the front and also at the back. While the S12 may launch in a single colour variant the S12 Pro may come in three colour variants. That’s all we know so far, apart from the fact that the phone will offer up to 44W fast charging. However, we are keeping an eye on any further revelations regarding these upcoming phones from Vivo.
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