- We have spotted the possible Vivo S18 on the popular Geekbench database with the V2323A model number.
- The smartphone achieved a score of 1221 in the single-core test and 3468 in the multicore test.
- The listing also verifies the inclusion of 16GB RAM, Android 14, and a Snapdragon 855+ chipset.
Vivo is preparing to launch its S18 series smartphones in its homeland. It is expected to include two models, the vanilla S18 and S18 Pro. Recently, the key specifications of both models were leaked on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, and this morning, Ouyang Weifeng, vice president of Vivo products, teased the device on the same platform. Now, the team at MySmartPrice spotted the possible Vivo S18 on the popular Geekbench database with the V2323A model number.
The smartphone achieved a score of 1221 in the single-core test and 3468 in the multicore test. The listing also verifies the inclusion of 16GB RAM, Android 14, and a Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset paired with Adreno (TM) 720 GPU. Apart from that, we currently don’t have much information about the device. But we are expecting to get more details in the coming time.
The teaser image shows that the upcoming S18 will have a new “Flower Like Brocade” colour inspired by oriental flowers. It also reveals a rectangular camera module at the back, featuring a triple-camera setup with OIS support, an LED flash, and a soft light.
Furthermore, a leaked source suggests that the S18 will have a punch-hole display with a brightness of 2,800 nits. The device is said to be available in 8GB, 12GB, or 16GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB of storage options. The primary camera could be 50MP.
On the other hand, the S18 Pro might use the Dimensity 9200+ chipset and sport a 50MP primary sensor (Sony IMX920) along with a 50MP ultra-wide lens and a telephoto camera. It could support Wi-Fi 7 and is expected to have a 5,000mAh battery with 80W fast charging.
Remember that Geekbench scores tend to change based on their versions, and the company has not revealed any details about these upcoming devices. So, take all the information with a grain of salt.