Vivo X6 certified by TENAA; regulatory agency releases the usual photos

Vivo X6 certified by TENAA; regulatory agency releases the usual photos
Recently, we have seen a number of leaks pertaining to the Vivo X6. The most recent leak indicated that the phablet could feature a bezel-less display, and offer Force Touch capabilities. When we passed that leak on to you last week, we told you that we would be on the lookout for the phone's TENAA certification. And today, we can tell you that the handset has been given the thumbs up from the Chinese regulatory agency.

One of the reasons we looked forward to seeing the Vivo X6 receive its certification, was because we could then confirm some of the specs that have been leaked. But all we were able to get from TENAA was the usual four photos of the device, which does give away some information about the phablet. For example, there is a fingerprint reader on the back. And the antenna lines that adorn the rear of the handset confirm the rumored metal build for the Vivo X6. In fact, an earlier leak revealed that 98% of the Vivo X6's body is made from metal.

We were really hoping to get some confirmation on the specs for the Vivo X6 from TENAA, because the rumor mill is looking for a beast. The model will feature a 6-inch screen, with a 1440 x 2560 resolution. The MediaTek MT6797 SoC should be under the hood, carrying a deca-core CPU. 4GB of RAM is inside, with the latest leak revealing that an additional 1GB of RAM will be reserved for the GPU. A 4000mAh battery keeps the lights on, and a 21MP camera is expected on the back. A 12MP front-facing camera snaps selfies and handles video chats.

The Vivo X6 is believed to be only 4mm thick, and supports 4G connectivity. We should see the handset offered in Gold, Silver and Rose Gold, as soon as this month.

While TENAA didn't deliver on the specs, we do have the traditional pictures, which you can view by clicking on the slideshow below.

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source: TENAA (translated) via fonearena, GSMArena


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