Vivo X30 series is scheduled to go official on Dec. 16 in China. Recently, some live images of the phone had appeared on Weibo to reveal its front and rear design that was already confirmed through the company’s official teaser video that was rolled out last month. A pair of hands-on shots of the Vivo X30 has surface on Weibo today.
The new shots show that the Vivo X30’s model number is V1938T. It is the same model that was spotted on the 3C authority of China last month. The listing had revealed that the V1938T device is a 5G phone that may arrive with a charger that supports 33W fast charging.
The images further reveal that the Vivo X30 runs on Android 9 Pie OS that is customized Jovi OS 1.0. The display of the phone has a punch-hole placed at the top-left corner. The device is powered by 2.2GHz Exynos 980 5G chipset that bring support for dual-mode 5G connectivity. The SoC is coupled with 8 GB of RAM and it has a native storage of 128 GB.
The other image reveals that the black color rear of the phone has four cameras. Three of them are arranged in a vertical camera module and alongside it is the fourth square-shaped periscope lens and a dual-tone LED flash. The primary lens of the X30’s quad camera setup is a 65-megapixel lens. The absence of the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner makes it quite evident that the phone is fitted with an in-display fingerprint reader.