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Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Vivo X7 Play Render Has Been Appeared, Will Comes with Full-Screen Design and Fingerprint Under Display

During the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai 2017 held in June, Vivo has exhibited an under-display fingerprint scanner technology, and it seems that Vivo X7 play will be the smartphone that will carry the technologyXiaomi Reportedly Will Release Three Smartphone Redmi with Full-Screen Display

Recently a Weirdo user has shared a leaked slideshow that shows X7 play rendering. Since the image is not from a trusted source, the authenticity of the image cannot be ascertained.

The picture above shows that Vivo X7 play will come in a choice of colors Black, Gold and Rose Gold. The front of this smartphone brings a full-screen design, while the rear panel still looks like Vivo X6 playApple iPhone X Was the most spectacular product announced last month

This smartphone is also still carrying 3.5mm audio jack, USB Type-C port, and a pair of external speakers. The interesting thing in the rendering is, the full-screen design of this smartphone really cut all the bezel. But on the rendering, is still seen a cut at the top, which can be a camera selfie or sensor. Even the rendering also reveals the presence of fingerprint scanner sensors that are below the screen.

A few months ago, renowned analyst Pan Jiu tang had claimed Vivo would be the first smartphone company to launch a smartphone with a fingerprint sensor under the screen. You will also see a dual-camera setup on the back of the smartphone. According to rumors, the possible camera sensor used is Sony IMX401 which supports up to 4x optical zoom. Vivo V7 Plus, with 24-megapixel selfie camera launched in India

As for jeroannya, this smartphone is expected to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, 8GB RAM, and 128GB and 256GB internal storage options. As reports circulate so far, some flagship smartphones for next year will come with an SD845 chipset, but it seems that only XPlay 7 will come with a fingerprint at the bottom of the screen.

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