Alleged Vivo X20 live video and images appear online

Contradicting previous reports the video shows the Vivo X20 featuring rear dual cameras.

By Chandrika

    It was only yesterday when the Vivo X20 appeared on TENAA along with the Vivo X20A (Vivo X20 Plus). It is claimed, the smartphones will be known as Vivo V7 and V7 Plus in markets outside China.

    Alleged Vivo X20 live video and images appear online

    Vivo is just minutes away from launching the Vivo V7 Plus in India, and there is a chance of the Vivo V7 getting launched as well. While we wait for the official launch event, a video featuring the alleged Vivo X20 has been spotted on YouTube. The video was originally posted on the Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. This brief video is not very clear but it confirms some of the leaked information of the Vivo X20.

    The video starts by showing the large-sized display of the smartphone. It seems to have black borders on all the four sides. While the side bezels are almost negligible, the upper and lower bezels are slightly thicker. The upper bezel holds the selfie camera, the earpiece, and a sensor but the lower bezel is empty. Needless to say, the smartphone has a virtual home button.

    The alleged Vivo X20 can be seen featuring a metal chassis.

    Coming to the rear panel, the video shows the smartphone with a dual camera setup along with a LED flash. It clashes with previous reports that have suggested the Vivo X20 would come with a single camera at its rear.

    Other than that, you can see the Vivo logo and a square shaped fingerprint scanner at the back. The antenna lines are also present on the upper and bottom edges of the rear panel of the phone.

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