The page has revealed that the V15 Pro will come with 32MP pop-up selfie camera and main rear camera has been of a 48MP sensor.
Vivo has actually shared two video teasers for the Vivo V15 Pro, one on Facebook, and one on YouTube, both of which are showing the motion of the phone's front-facing camera. Interestingly, in the rear camera setup, the LED flash has been placed on the top. But it certainly doesn't hurt.
Vivo has scheduled a launch event in India on February 20 where it will be launching the V15 Pro smartphone. This will be the second pop-up camera phone from Vivo to launch in India. The smartphone will be a successor to the Vivo V11 Pro and will be called the V15 Pro.
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The teaser shows the Vivo V15 Pro with the similar mechanical contraption that we have seen in prior offerings by the Chinese smartphone maker. However, Vivo NEX featured only an 8MP pop-up camera. The device showcased in the video lacked a fingerprint sensor on the back, which points to an in-display fingerprint sensor. The company has now teased the V15 Pro on Amazon India website confirming that the phone will be available on the website itself.
As for previous leaks, the phone is said to run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 675 SoC with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage and fuelled by a possible 3700mAh battery. While the exact set of specifications and features for the Vivo V15 are still under wraps, here's a look at everything we know about the V15 Pro.
The poster also says 48 MP and Brilliant portrait in low light, meaning the Oppo F11 Pro will sport either the Samsung ISOCELL GM1 or Sony IMX586 sensor. Although the press render shows just one gradient hue model, we can expect OPPO to add more variants.
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