Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo as just launched their latest midrange smartphones in X-Series, X9s and X9s Plus. The company was said to launch the X9 Plus with an on-screen fingerprint scanner, but it seems to be on the stage of development and is expected o be embedded with any of their device launching this year.
Vivo X9s ad X9s plus shows similarities in both specs and design. Concerning the design, the smartphone has a look similar to the company’s recently launched smartphones also that of iPhone 7 too. The antenna band and camera position makes it strong. The Vivo X9 is coming with a 5.5 inch full HD display, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 652 chipset which is at least more than a year old and having old manufacturing process of 28nm. The device has a 4GB of RAM and 64 Gigs of internal storage which does not support any SD cards to intake an extra tweak in storage space, which is a drawback. The smartphone runs Android 7.0 Nougat on board with FunTouchOS 3.0on top. The physical home button in front carries a fingerprint sensor.
Considering the camera department, the Vivo X9s smartphone boasts a dual front facing camera which is a duet of 20MP+5MP having aperture f2.0. The main camera unit is single, with the 16MP resolution sensor. The front camera software will have an inbuilt Vivo’s signature beauty mode, to beautify the images at its peak.
The big brother Vio X9s Plus smartphone has a 5.85inch full HD display powered by Snapdragon 653, but with same 4GB RAM and 64GB nonexpandable storage space. The smartphone also has a 4015mAh battery, bigger compared to 3320mAH pack of X9s. Rest of the spec sheet looks similar for both.
The smartphone has a price range of $396 and $440, for X9s and X9s Plus respectively.
4 thoughts on “Vivo launches X9s and X9s Plus with dual Selfie Cameras”
What about the under screen fingerprint scanner? Does this model feature that?
No. I think it will come along with any future models. This phone features a normal fingerprint scanner on the home button.
Will it launch in India?
No idea. Let’s see..