Vivo V15 Pro Announced With A 32MP Pop-Up Camera

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Vivo's social media team has been flailing about on Twitter, drawing attention to its V15 Pro smartphone with a pop-up camera.

While the megapixel count is impressive, it doesn't necessarily translate to good photos. Vivo is expected to launch more colour options at the launch, which is scheduled on February 20 in India.

But that information aside, we have com across a live image of the device which has been posted on Weibo by a user and it shows the Vivo V15 Pro in all its glory in the blur color. And going by the rumours, Vivo too is following suit and will incorporate a 48-megapixel sensor as the primary camera in the triple-camera setup at the back. The image for the feature reads, "Refined over five generations", hinting at the advancement of technology that was first integrated into the Vivo X21 smartphone.

Vivo has disclosed that V15 Pro will feature a pop-up selfie camera with a 32MP sensor.

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The company has since had some time to flawless this implementation, and its V15 Pro will formally mark the debut of a better popup sensor - that is, better in terms of resolution. There is no notch or any cutout on the top for the front camera since the F11 Pro, as mentioned above, has a pop-up selfie camera. The dedicated page on the Amazon India reveals new details about the V15 Pro.

Some of the specifications have also leaked that include MediaTek Helio P70 processor, 6GB RAM, and 128GB internal storage. No details of the V15 are known as yet, but we assume the design language would be similar with a dual rear camera and a lower chipset.

While Vivo did also send out a teaser a day before, Amazon took to its page to also show off the next flagship from the Chinese brand.

The smartphone, which is set for launch on 20 February, is expected to be the successor to the V11 Pro that was launched in India a year ago. Under the hood, there will be a 3,700mAh battery.

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