Vivo S7t 5G Listed on China Telecom with Full Specs, Renders and Price

Vivo S7t's launch seems to be imminent.

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Vivo has been quite aggressive with its product launch strategy lately, with a number of devices being launched across a wide range of price segments. Vivo is planning to launch another smartphone with model number V2080A, also known as the Vivo S7t. The smartphone was initially spotted on China’s 3C certification site and Geekbench listing, and later on, it showed up on Google Play Console. While Vivo is yet to officially reveal any information about the Vivo S7t, we have spotted the device on China Telecom today.

Vivo S7t Full Specifications, Price and Renders Leaked Ahead of Launch

The China Telecom listing reveals the complete specifications and features of the device. As seen in the pictures above, the smartphone features a 6.44-inch display with a medium-sized wedge notch and 1080×2400 (FHD+) resolution with a pixel density of 408 pixels per inch. This is contrary to the previous leak which suggested that the device will be sporting a waterdrop notch. However, it seems like Vivo is indeed going with the wedge notch to house the dual front camera as seen in the Vivo S7 5G.

Just like the Vivo S7, the Vivo S7t also seems to have an in-display fingerprint scanner. Under the hood, the Vivo S7t flaunts the MediaTek Dimensity 820 (MT6875) SoC along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The device comes with a 4,000 mAh battery with FlashCharge support and will come with a 33W fast charger.

The smartphone packs a dual shooter in the front with a 44MP main sensor and an 8MP super-wide lens. On the rear, it sports a triple camera setup with a 64MP main camera, an 8MP super-wide lens, and the third 2MP monochrome sensor.

The listing suggests that the device will retail for ¥2898.00 (roughly around Rs. 32,728) in two color variants, including Jazz Black, and Monet. With the smartphone also getting listed on Chinese e-commerce site JD.com launch seems imminent at this point. 


Md Armughanuddin is a writer for MySmartPrice. He has a graduate degree in Computer Science Engineering and is really passionate about gaming and technology. You can find him cracking complex coding problems during the day, and covering the latest happenings in the industry at night.