After several reports and rumors pointing to the discharge of a brand new Vivo smartphone with 5G capabilities, the company launched the Vivo S6 5G right now. The handset has been unveiled in China, and will remain unique there meanwhile.
Under the hood, the Vivo S6 boasts Exynos 980 chipset made in-house by Samsung. This particular SoC comes with an integrated 5 G that provides 5 G dual-mode support to the Vivo smartphone. Once again, Vivo is strengthening ties with Samsung and its chip division. We have either 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM for multitasking purposes, in addition to the computing capacity. Space is split between two versions, with either 128 GB or 256 GB, and microSD cards are not allowed.
The requirements are constructed along a 6.44-inch FHD+ quality AMOLED display that sports a water-drop notch. The cutout serves as a home to the selfie snapper with 32MP. The computer also features a fingerprint scanner on board. Moving backward, there is the island of a circular camera consisting of a central 48MP camera. We get an ultra-wide 8MP module, 2MP macro shooter and a 2MP depth sensor through as well.
The Vivo S6 5G draws energy from a fast-charging 18W battery with a 4,500mAh capacity. The phone operates Android 10 operating system with Funtouch OS 10 above.
Price and Availability
The smartphone arrives with choices in Black, White and Blue Color. If you are in China, you’ll be glad to know there are still pre-orders available. Actual sales begin on April 4. The 6GB/128 GB capacity smartphone retails for CNY 2.698 (~$380). You can buy the 8GB/256 GB version for CNY2.998 (~$425) Sadly, the international accessibility is also lacking in information. We think the business will take a while to unleash this in European markets with the coronavirus crisis.