A new Vivo phone with model number Vivo V2012A has received approval from the 3C authority of China. A Chinese tipster has claimed that it is the upcoming iQOO phone. The handset has been previously spotted at Geekbench benchmarking platform. It could be debuting as iQOO Z1x.
The 3C listing of the smartphone revealed that the Vivo V2012A is a 5G-ready smartphone. The device carries support for 33W fast charging. iQOO has been offering 44W and 55W fast chargers on its flagship devices. Hence, the support for 33W rapid charging seems to be a hint that it could be the first mid-range phone from the company.
A reliable Chinese tipster had recently claimed that the upcoming iQOO Z1x is a mid-range handset from the company. He had also said that the phone is fueled by Snapdragon 765G and it will launch this month. It is speculated that this phone could be sporting a Sony IMX686 lens. At present, iQOO is yet to reveal anything about its next smartphone.
The Vivo V2012A handset was spotted last month on Geekbench 4. It had scored 2929 in the single-core test and 7925 in the multi-core test of Geekbench. The handset was found to be running on Android 10 OS and its SoC was coupled with 8 GB of RAM.
The Vivo Watch with W2052 and W2056 model numbers have been approved by the 3C authority. Shown above is an image that showcases the alleged Vivo Watch. And the Vivo V2011A is the recently announced Vivo X50 Pro+ smartphone. The Snapdragon 865 mobile platform powered phone features a camera setup that includes a 50-megapixel Samsung GN1 sensor, a 13-megapixel Samsung S5K3L6 lens, a 12-megapixel S5K3M5 telephoto lens and at the front, it could be sporting a Samsung GD1 32-megapixel sensor.