Earlier today, a pair of alleged renders of the upcoming Vivo Z1i mid-ranger smartphone have been leaked – revealing a seemingly similar design as the current Vivo Z1 handset. Not only does the device sports a vertically arranged dual-camera setup on its rear chassis, it also features a familar top-notch above its front panel as well. Of course, speaking about the top-notch design, it seems like more users is beginning to get use to the design and has become more accepting of it than before.
In case you do not know, this handset which carries the model number V1730DA had already been certified by the Chinese TENAA authority and is expected to make its debut somewhere in July next month. According to its leaked specs sheet, the Vivo Z1i will be coming with a 6.26-inches display with 2280×1080 screen resolution and an 18:9 tall aspect ratio. The device will be powered by the Snapdragon 626 SoC alongside 4GB of RAM and a hefty 128GB internal storage space this time round.
As for its camera, you can certainly find a 13MP+20MP main snapper at the back, as well as a 16 megapixels front-facing selfie cam. Under the hood, there is a 3,180mAh non-removable battery to keep its lights on. If reports are true, then the Vivo Z1i could come with a price tag of around 1,000 Yuan (US$151) to 1,499 Yuan (US$ 226). This few months have been really busy for Vivo.