[Update: Full Specs] Upcoming Vivo Smartphone (V2031EA) with Triple Rear Cameras Appears on TENAA, Could be a Part of X60 Series

Vivo might also unveil its upcoming operating system, known as OriginOS, on November 19th.

Update: The Vivo V2031EA full specifications have been listed on the TENAA certification website. The listing reveals that the upcoming phone will be a 5G smartphone. The Vivo smartphone comes with a 6.44-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels. The smartphone is powered by a 2.4GHz octa-core processor, which is likely to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 5G chipset along with 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of internal storage. Moving on, the listing reveals that the phone comes will run on Android 10 operating system. The TENAA listing further reveals that the phone will come with a triple rear camera with a combination of 64MP primary lens, 8MP secondary shooter, and a 2MP third sensor. On the front, there will be a 32MP shooter for selfies and video calling. The Vivo smartphone packs a 4,020mAh battery with fast charging support. The device measures 161 x 74.04 x 7.73 mm and weighs 171.7 grams.

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Vivo is currently offering X50 series in India as its flagship lineup. The new X50 series comes with a host of interesting features along with premium design. However, it now seems that the company is currently working on the new X60 series, which might get introduced pretty soon. We recently saw a leaked image that was allegedly taken at a retail store in China showing X60 moniker. Now, a new Vivo smartphone has appeared on Chinese regulatory website, TENAA, which could be from the X60 series. Take a look at the certification of the upcoming Vivo smartphone.

Vivo smartphone appears on TENAA

A new Vivo smartphone with model number V2031EA has made its appearance on TENAA. The listing shows some renders of the upcoming smartphone. The renders reveal that the smartphone will come with a gradient finish at the back panel with silver and blue hues. The back panel comes with a triple-camera setup at the top-left position. The camera module is aligned vertically with a large camera sensor. Just beneath, you will see the LED flash.

The rest of the two sensors are present below the LED flash. The right side of the device features volume controls and power on/off buttons. The front panel comes with a punch-hole cutout to house the selfie camera, which is present at the top-centre position of the screen. That said, there is no physical fingerprint sensor at the back or on the side, so it is safe to say that the phone might come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. That said, the phone design hints that it could be a flagship product. We speculate this to be a smartphone from the upcoming Vivo X60 series, though we are not entirely sure about it.

Origin OS might launch on November 19

Meanwhile, Vivo is gearing up to launch its new operating system, which will be known as Origin OS. The new operating system may come with significant improvements over the current generation. Now, the Chinese company might introduce the upcoming OS in the month of November. Vivo is holding its 2020 developer conference in China next month where it could unveil its upcoming OriginOS. The developer conference will take place on November 19.

The company might talk about the upcoming OS during the conference along with some other points like applications, technology, IoT, and more. Vivo has posted three posters on its official channel that says, ‘The source of life’, ‘the source of the internet’, and the ‘source of the universe’. The phrase ‘source’ is constant in the three posters, which hints the launch of OriginOS during the developer conference.

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