29 April 2022 5:24 AM GMT
According to Vivo’s official teaser, the upcoming smartphone will be available in black and blue colour options. (Image Credit: Vivo)
Vivo has officially announced that the Vivo T1 Pro 5G and Vivo T1 44 W smartphones would be available in India on May 4 at 12:00 PM IST. According to Vivo’s official teaser, the upcoming smartphone will be available in black and blue colour options. The teaser also sheds some light on the optics of the smartphone, and it can be seen that the Vivo T1 Pro 5G would sport triple rear cameras housed within a rectangular camera module. According to the teaser, the smartphone would include a Snapdragon 778G chip, up to 8 GB RAM, and 128 GB of internal storage.
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According to rumours, the Vivo T1 Pro would cost approximately Rs 25,000 and the Vivo T1 44W will cost around Rs 15,000 in India.
The T1 series will be available for purchase on Flipkart.
The Vivo T1 Pro 5G will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G chip, 8 GB RAM, and 128 GB of internal storage. The smartphone will reportedly have an AMOLED display with a peak brightness of up to 1300 nits.
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The Vivo T1 Pro 5G may include a 64 MP triple rear camera setup. The smartphone is said to feature 66 W fast charging. It may also include an eight-layer liquid cooling system. The Vivo T1 Pro 5G may come pre-installed with Android 12.
The Vivo T1 44 W, on the other hand, is expected to have a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 44 W fast charging. It will also have an AMOLED display and will be powered by the Snapdragon 680 SoC.
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