Vivo X30 Pro Hands-On Images Leaked: Single Punch-Hole, Quad-Rear Cameras Revealed

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Vivo has confirmed the launch of its upcoming premium smartphone series dubbed V30 for December 16. The company will be introducing the Vivo X30 and the Vivo X30 Pro, both of which have showed up numerous times via leaks online. Just a few days ago, the camera specifications of the standard X30 surfaced. Now, the hands-in images of the Vivo X30 Pro have made it to the rumor mill.

Vivo X30 Pro Live Images Leaked With Punch-Hole, Quad-Rear Cameras

 

Vivo X30 Pro Live-Hands On Image Leaks

The Vivo X30 Pro's leaked images spotted on a post on Weibo suggest a design similar to the standard X30. The device is seen with a shiny back-panel accommodating as many as four camera sensors.

While three lenses are stacked vertically at the top-left corner, there is an additional rectangular-camera lens just beside the triple-sensor. This additional sensor is said to be a telephoto sensor. Notably, the standard model has already been teased with a 60x zoom support, so we can expect a similar setup on the Pro variant as well.

Apart from the camera module, the rear-panel has the Vivo 5G branding at the bottom-left. Upfront, the display seems tall with narrow bezels all around. However, the chin seems slightly thick compared to rest.

Also, unlike the current trend of a dual punch-hole selfie camera, the Vivo X30 Pro is seen with a single punch-hole placed at the top right corner. The ports aren't visible in the leaked hands-on image.

But, the volume rockers and the power key are visible on the right panel of the Vivo X30 Pro. As for the expected specifications, the Vivo 30 Pro is said to be powered by the Samsung Exynos 980 chipset.

The device will be 5G-enabled and is likely to come with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage configuration. The device is said to feature a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with an FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate.

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