In March, two entry-level smartphones by Vivo showed up on the Geekbench and now one of them has been revealed by TENAA certification listing with the name Vivo V1901.
Previously, Geekbench showed us that the smartphone will come with Helio P22 chipset coupled with 2GB RAM and Android pie. Now, TENAA listing has revealed that Vivo V1901 will offer a large 6.35 inches of screen with a waterdrop notch at the front which will house a selfie camera to offer more space on display to the user.
The images show that it will also have a triple camera on the back with a flash just below the setup and a fingerprint sensor will sit comfortably in the middle of the smartphone.
The device will come in at 159.34 x 76.77 x 8.92 mm dimensions and will also pack a large 4880mAh battery for the users. From the specs, we can see that it is a very basic smartphone which will target the regular user who demands average use and a large battery.
The triple camera system is becoming a trend for 2019 where Tecno is also offering this setup for its new budget device Camon i4. With the growing competition in the budget category, it just might be the push companies need to make their devices known to the public.