It's calling the all-new smartphone as the Vivo X21i. The phone features a fingerprint sensor at the back.
Design: The phone comes with a screen-to-body ratio of 90.3 percent.
This particular thin-bezeled 6.28-incher comes with a Helio P60 SoC in lieu of Qualcomm's aforementioned upper mid-range silicon, as well as a 24MP selfie shooter replacing the 12MP unit on the standard Vivo X21 and the X21 FIFA World Cup Extraordinary Edition. The new chip from the Taiwanese chipmaker also features an in-built APU for handling AI tasks. It comes with a 6.28-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ (2280 × 1080 pixels) resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. It looks almost bezel-less and comes with a iPhone X-like notch at the top of the display. This includes beauty and scene detection modes. Well this setup is a combination of one 12 MP and one 5 MP camera, and on the front, you have a single 24 MP snapper. The rear camera setup supports features such as panorama and AR stickers. The phone comes packed with a 3,425mAh battery and runs on Android 8.1 Oreo, layered with the FunTouch OS 4.0. Vivo has also incorporated its proprietary Jovi AI assistant into the smartphone. The Vivo X21i comes in a variety of colors namely, Ruby Red, Aurora White and Polar Night Black. The two configurations for the X21i include, 6GB of RAM with 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM with 128GB of storage. Vivo started the preorders of X21i via its official stores and online store alongside JD.com, Tmall, and Suning. The Vivo X21i is now accessible for pre-order China (source Connection Down under), although it is going to go on the market on May 19. In related news, Vivo recently shared a teaser on its India twitter handle, which gives us a hint regarding the imminent launch of a new X21 series smartphone in the country.
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