Vivo S15, S15 Pro with 6.62-inch Display, Android 12 Listed on TENAA, Expected to Launch Soon

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Representative image (Vivo S12)

Vivo is gearing up to launch the Vivo X80 series smartphones soon in China including the Vivo X80, X80 Pro, and X80 Pro Plus. Also, the company is working on a T series phone like the Vivo T1 Pro. Now, a new finding has revealed that the company is also working on two phones in the Vivo S series. The upcoming Vivo S15 series phones have been spotted on the TENAA listing revealing some key specifications and the vanilla Vivo S15 has also been spotted on the 3C certification website, revealing the charging speed of the device.

Vivo S15, S15 Pro Spotted on TENAA

Two of the upcoming Vivo phones have been spotted on the TENAA listing with V2203A and V2199A respectively. As per previous rumours and leaks, the V2199A is the upcoming Vivo S15 and the V2203A belongs to Vivo S15 Pro.

As per the listing, the Vivo S15 Pro will be a 5G device. However, we don’t know if the phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragpn 5G SoC or the MediaTek Dimensity series chipset. The phone will sport a 6.62-inch display and we can expect an AMOLED screen and high refresh rate as well. The listing also confirms the device features a 4400mAh battery. The TENAA listing also revealed the phone will run on Android 12 out of the box and in terms of dimension, the phone will measure 161.09 x 74.31 x 7.99mm. Othe specifications of the device are still a mystery at the moment.

The vanilla Vivo S15 was also seen on the TENAA listing. As per the listing, the device will also come with a 6.62-inch display as well and it will draw power from a 4580mAh battery unit. The Vivo S15 will also run on Android 12 out of the box and it will measure 163 x 76.16 x 8.54mm. It will be a 5G device as well.

Vivo S15 Listed on 3C

The Vivo S15 with the V2199A model number was also spotted on the 3C certification website revealing the charging speed of the device. The Vivo S15 will come with support for 80W fast charging.

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