Vivo has been heavily teasing their upcoming flagship smartphone dubbed the X6. With rumor mills speculating top of lines specifications, there pretty high anticipation regarding the upcoming device. Furthermore the Vivo X6 has been spotted while clearing China's 3C certifications (China Compulsory Certification).
The certification listing reveals that the upcoming Vivo device will come in two variants - X6A and X6L respectively. However there's no details regarding the difference between the two devices. The only information available from the certification listing include the presence of 4G LTE and Fast Charging support for the upcoming flagship device(s).
Previous reports suggest that the Vivo X6 will come with a 6" QHD (2560x1440p) display along with a Mediatek Helio X20 SoC under the hood. This is coupled with a 4GB of RAM which further includes 1GB of dedicated graphics RAM for the improved gaming performance. The rest of the specs included a 21/23MP rear camera and a 8MP front facing selfie snapper. Some tipsters also claim that the Vivo X6 will come with a 4000mAh battery.
Needless to say that none of the reported specs other than the 4GB RAM are confirmed as of yet. However it would be safe to assume that the Vivo X6 will indeed come with a large battery - clearly evident from the presence of fast charging support revealed by TENAA.