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Vivo V2066A/BA Bags TENAA and 3C Certifications, Reveals Images and Key Specs

A new Vivo smartphone with model number V2066A has appeared in the database of TENAA and 3C certification platforms of China. A network variant of the phone with model number V2066BA has also emerged at TENAA and 3C. These listings have revealed the key specifications and images of the mysterious Vivo phone.

The Vivo V2066A/BA smartphone has 164.41 x 76.32 x 8.41mm dimensions and it houses a 6.51-inch display. The front image reveals that the phone might be featuring a waterdrop notch display. Its right edge seems to feature a volume rocker and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Vivo V2066BA TENAA
TENAA images of V2066A

The device runs on Android 11 OS and it has a rated battery of 4,910mAh capacity. The 3C listings of both models have revealed that it may carry support for only 10W charging. The 3C and TENAA listings also show that it is a 4G LTE phone.

Vivo V2066A and Vivo V2066BA 3C

The back panel of the Vivo V2066A/BA which seems to be made up of plastic features a vertical triple camera system. It appears to be packed with three cameras and an LED flash. It is unclear whether the phone will be launching as a Vivo or iQOO branded smartphone in China.

Vivo V2066A TENAA
TENAA images of V2066BA

In related news, iQOO will be announcing the iQOO Neo5 smartphone in China on March 16. Recently, a tipster claimed that the company may also announce the iQOO Z3 and iQOO U3x phones by the end of this month in the home market.

There is no information available on the specifications of the iQOO U3x smartphone. As far as iQOO Z3 is concerned, it is rumored to arrive with specs like 144Hz LCD screen, Dimensity 1200 chipset, Sony IMX589 48-megapixel triple camera system, and plastic chassis.

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