The Vivo’s X9s and X9s Plus are in just the verge of launch. The company has even started publicizing the launch event that is set to be held on July 6th, at Beijing. With this, kindling our anticipations, the Vivo X9s has been spotted on the GeekBench and GFXBench, where a clear picture of its specs have been revealed, way before it’s going to be made official.
We’ve already seen a considerable volume of leaks and reports, surrounding the device. The new listing, pretty much confirms most of the specs that are leaked already. Accordingly, the device bears, Vivo TD1608 as the model number; a 1.84Ghz Snapdragon 660 Octa-Core processer, tucked in; and Adreno 512 GPU, for graphics.
Further, the listing states that the phone will carry a 4 GB RAM and 64 GB in-built storage, along with a support for flash storage. Coming on to the display, the device will be expectantly featured with a 5.5-inch display, throwing out a 1080 pixels resolution.
The cameras were said to be, a 16 MP one in the rear; and a dual-front-camera consisting 20 MP and 8 MP sensors, as per the recent TENAA listing. Now, GFXBench adds that both the cameras will be capable of 4K video recording and will run on the company’s own Funtouch OS 3.1 based on Android Nougat 7.1.1.