Three variants of Vivo X6 Plus receives TENAA Certification

By Sayan

Recently two variants of the upcoming Vivo X6 smartphones namely - the X6 Plus L and the X6 Plus D - was spotted while clearing certification in China last week. However the TENAA listing didn't give any information about the looks and the specs of the alleged devices.

Three variants of Vivo X6 Plus receives TENAA Certification

Nevertheless the updated listing now shows the leaked images of the upcoming devices. Furthermore there is a new addition to the list in the form of Vivo X6 Plus D. The leaked image of the Vivo X6 Plus D and X6 Plus L are rather similar to the one that was leaked earlier when the basic variant of the Vivo X6 passed TENAA certification a month back.

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The metal clad flagship sports a large display upfront with little or no bezels. Furthermore the images tend to show a curved towards the edge of the display - possibly due to the use of 2.5D curved glass. According to a report the Vivo X6 Plus is rumored to sport a 5.7 inch QHD (2560x1440p) Force Touch display with a Helio X20 Deca Core SoC and 4GB of RAM under the hood.

Three variants of Vivo X6 Plus receives TENAA Certification

The Vivo X6 Plus variants sports a Fingerprint Sensor on the back along with a primary camera on the upper left corner. Tipsters speculate that the Vivo X6 Plus will comes with a 21MP rear camera along with 12MP selfie snapper. It is also reported to come with 64GB of onboard storage.

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As teased earlier Vivo will be launching their flagship Vivo X6 smartphone at an event in China on 30th of November. It is expected that the new Vivo X6 Plus variants will be unveiled on the same day.

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