Vivo intends to extend its mid-range V-smartphone with the release f the V19 in India. Developers are expecting to begin pre-registration for the next V19 and the V19 Pro soon, at the end of February. It looks like the company pushes some big plans to get ready the Pro variant before the basic one in India.
Vivo V10 Pro Receives India Launch
The Vivo V10 Pro will be presented on March 3 in India, and it will come as available for pre-registration from February 15. 91Mobiles reported that Vivo would be releasing the Pro variant first, and the basic version will arrive later. However, the availability of the basic Vivo V19 is still unknown.
Back when the Vivo V17 was released, it featured a punch-hole display. We could expect the next V series to introduce an in-display selfie camera punch-hole. But, it is rumored to be a dual one module. As for the sensors, we don’t have any details, but the developers will probably stick with the main sensor that will feature a depth sensor.
The hardware of the Vivo V19 Pro and the Vivo V19 is also unknown due to the lack of official details. Information about the cameras, display, and battery are missing, as well, or are too vague. We can only wait for the next couple of weeks to bring the necessary details to figure how worth will be the next-gen of V-series.
More About Vivo V19 Pro
The Vivo V19 Pro is said to arrive as a direct successor of the V17 Pro. The previous one was the world’s first-ever device, which came with the innovative dual punch-hole selfie camera. It was equipped with a sleek 32 MP + 8 MP module upfront and quad-back camera setup with a 48 MP main sensor. Other sensors introduced were a 13 MP telephoto, a 2 MP depth sensor, and an 8 MP ultra-broad angle lens. It would be exciting to see what V19 Pro will bring.
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