Latest technology news: In this news, we update the Exclusive: Vivo V19 to be launched in India with Dual i-view
The V19 is expected to increase with the performance of its selfie camera, for which it will rely heavily on two front cameras
Chinese phone maker Vivo recently launched the V19 smartphone for launch in Malaysia, demonstrating that the phone has slightly different features than those launched in Indonesia. And now at India Today Tech we learned from our sources that, in fact, it will be the version plagued by Malaysia and will be released later in India.
Our sources confirmed that the phone will feature two selfie cameras housed in what the company calls the Dual i-view screen. Considering that it will be the same version already launched for launch in Malaysia, the V19 is expected to grow with the performance of its selfie camera and is provoked to change the way you see the night.
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In addition, little is known about the device. However, the phone is expected to be a 6.44 inch full HD + Super AMOLED screen and hide a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor underneath, combined with up to 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage that could potentially be expanded with a MicroSD -Map. For the software, the phone is expected to run the latest Android 10-based FunTouch operating system immediately.
The cameras will be a major highlight of the device, with the Vivo V19 equipped with four rear and two front cameras. At the rear, this configuration will display the primary 64 megapixel lens, with an ultra wide 8 megapixel lens on the side.
The configuration also includes a 2 megapixel macro camera and a 2 megapixel depth sensor. The resolution of the front camera is unknown, but previous reports have suggested that the installation could contain two 32-megapixel lenses.
The entire installation is designed to be powered by a 4,500 mAh battery, which charges quickly. In addition, there is still no information about the device. However, we expect that to change in the coming days as we approach the launch of the device. So, follow this space to get the latest updates.