Vivo X9 packs the same dual-camera setup as Galaxy S7 edge, to be unveiled on November 17


Chinese company Vivo has already confirmed a launch event for November 17, but offered little else in terms of information. However, sources familiar with the handset maker's smartphone plans claim the next device coming from Vivo is the X9.

The X9 is a high-end product that borrows some of the features of other high-profile smartphones like the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, and the now defunct Galaxy Note 7. For example, Vivo X9 is said to pack the same dual-camera setup included in the latest Samsung flagship smartphones.

The phone's impressive 12-megapixel camera will feature Sony Exmor IMX260 sensor and dual pixel RGB lens, which make Samsung's photo snappers so good.

But that's not the only interesting aspect about the Vivo X9. The same sources claim the Chinese company might add one of the newest Qualcomm chipsets inside its upcoming X9 smartphones.

If you're not familiar with Qualcomm latest SoCs, then you should know that the company recently introduced three new chipsets: Snapdragon 427, 626, and 653. All these chipsets come with the “Clear Sight dual camera technology,” to make the addition of dual-camera setups inside smartphones cheaper.

The Vivo X9 is said to pack one of the newly announced Qualcomm chipsets, the Snapdragon 653, which will be coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory.

Unfortunately, we know nothing about the X9's display or the operating system, but we do know for sure the smartphone will be introduced in China. It will probably be available for purchase worldwide via authorized Chinese retailers, but that might cost you additional fees.

source: Weibo via AndroidPure

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