Vivo V9 will be the next “clone” of the Apple iPhone X with Android

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Vivo is a Chinese manufacturer popular in its home country. Incidentally, according to various market analysis agencies such as IDC, the third largest manufacturer in China. This manufacturer, like Oppo and OnePlus, belongs to the multi-national BBK Electronics. Soon, we may have an Apple iPhone X “clone” with Google’s Android operating system and not with Apple’s iOS.

This was the same company that launched Vivo X20 Plus UD. The smartphone with the Synaptics Clear ID biometric sensor. Now, this same manufacturer of Android devices is preparing to launch a Vivo V9, an Android device that brings together several of the current trends. From the monocle, to the full screen, to the double camera on the back.

The brand has already started the marketing and promotion campaign for its new model, so we can count on a product presentation in the coming weeks. Vivo V9 may arrive at the same time as the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S and the. Both  Huawei P20 and P20 Pro will be presented on March 27 in Paris with Xiaomi presenting their Mi MIX 2S that same day.

Regarding the technical specifications of this Android smartphone little we know. According to rumors the Vivo V9 or … the next clone of the Apple iPhone X, will have a 24MP camera for  selfies on the front panel. This will be your main asset to face other Android manufacturers.

Lastly, Vivo’s “V” line often brings together its mid-range Android smartphones. Equipment that stands out for its price/quality ratio. The last devices of this alignment would be Vivo V7 and Vivo V7 +, would arrive at the market in September. Inside, they have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 450 mobile platform.

Now for Vivo V9 the rumors suggest the presence of a Snapdragon 660 processor. It will also have a rear with the dual cameras and the LED flash. You will not have the biometric sensor underneath the screen, this technology is reserved for the top line.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Nice! Vivo is growing up as well! Trying to clone iPhone X is not an easy task! Wish them good luck!
    Thanks for the info., it’s nice to hear this.

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