Vivo has launched its latest range of S12 and S12 Pro smartphones in China. Both devices sport a dual selfie camera setup and are powered by MediaTek Dimensity processors.
The phones will go on sale starting December 30 in China, and are available in three colour options – Gold, Sky Blue, and Black. Vivo’s S12 will be available in two variants – the base 8GB RAM + 256 GB internal storage variant is listed at Yuan 2799 (about Rs 33,100), while the 12GB + 256GB option is priced at Yuan 2999 (about Rs 35,400).
The S12 Pro has also been launched in two models, starting with the 8GB RAM + 256GB onboard storage option at Yuan 3399 (about Rs 40,200) and the 12GB + 256GB variant at Yuan 3699 (about Rs 43,700).
The Vivo S12 features a 6.44-inch full HD+ AMOLED display, running at a 90Hz variable refresh rate. Powering the device is an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 1100 processor, paired with up to 12GBs of RAM and 256GBs of internal storage.
The device comes with a triple camera setup, featuring a 108MP primary camera with an f/1.6 aperture. It is backed by an 8MP secondary sensor and a 2MP macro lens. For selfies, at the front, it sports a dual-camera setup with a 44MP main camera and an 8MP sensor. The phone is packed with a 4200mAh battery with 44W Flash charging, an under-the-display fingerprint sensor, face-unlock feature, and standard connectivity options such as 5G, Wi-Fi, etc.
The S12 Pro is similar to the S12 in many ways, except it has a slightly larger 6.56-inch AMOLED screen and is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. The device is also the first in the world to feature the ultra-strong SCHOTT Xensation cover glass, significantly improving drop and scratch resistance.
For photography and videos, you get the same rear camera configuration as the S12. The selfie camera(s), however, features a 50MP and 8MP setup. The battery gets a slight upgrade as well, rising to a 4300mAh pack, supporting 44W Flash charging.
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