Vivo X20 Plus may be called as Vivo X20A; gets listed on TENAA

The smartphone is shown to sport a full-vision display that is also seen on the LG G6

    A couple of days ago, we reported about the Vivo X20 and its Plus variant. According to fresh information, the Vivo X20 Plus will be dubbed as Vivo X20A.

    Vivo X20 Plus may be called as Vivo X20A; gets listed on TENAA

    We say this as two smartphones have been spotted on TENAA. One is Vivo X20 and another is listed as Vivo X20A. Unfortunately, the TENAA listing has shed no light on the specifications. However, thanks to the pictures we get a good look at the design of these smartphones. It is worth noting that in terms of design, both of the phones are identical.

    The smartphones are shown to sport a full-vision display that is also seen on the LG G6. Previous leaks suggest the Vivo X20 will feature a 5.2-inch display, while the Vivo X20A aka X20 Plus will come with a 5.5-inch display.

    The front-facing camera on the smartphones is placed on the top left side of the display. There is also an earpiece and sensor next to the selfie camera.

    Vivo X20 Plus may be called as Vivo X20A; gets listed on TENAA

    Coming to the rear part, the Vivo X20 and X20A a horizontal dual camera setup just like the OnePlus 5 and Oppo R11. This makes sense as all three brands are under the same parent company. The rear cameras are accompanied by a LED flash light. Apparently, the camera module is slightly protruded.

    The smartphones also feature a rear-mounted square shaped fingerprint scanner for added security.

    On the right edge of there are the power button and the volume rocker, while the left edge holds the SIM tray. Probably, there is also a 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom.

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