Vivo recently launched its flagship X90 series, which includes the latest Vivo X90 Pro+, X90 Pro and standard X90 models. The X90 Pro+ is the star of the show as it debuted as the first phone with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and features some serious camera tech. Now, it appears that the company has two new smartphones, likely mid-range ones, in the works. Mystery phones have received 3C certification, which indicates that they may debut soon. Details here.
Two unknown Vivo smartphones with model numbers V2245A and V2244A have received China’s mandatory 3C certification (via ITHome). Both devices are listed to support 80W fast charging. 3C’s listing didn’t reveal any other details about these models, but tells us they’re about to launch soon.
The official names of these phones are not yet known. However, we can expect them to debut as mid-range phones. More details about these unknown Vivo devices are coming soon. will keep you posted.
As mentioned earlier, Vivo recently launched its flagship X90 series. The most premium device in the series – Vivo X90 Pro + – comes with Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and promises amazing performance.
The main highlight of the phone is the camera setup. It features a 1-inch Sony IMX989 50MP primary sensor with an f/1.75 aperture. There’s also a 48MP Sony IMX598 wide-angle lens, a 50MP Sony IMX758 image module with OIS support, and a 64MP periscope zoom lens with 90mm focal length and 10x optical zoom.
It has a 4,700mAh battery with wired and wireless charging at 80W and 50W respectively, which is strange since the Pro model supports 120W wired charging. The X90 Pro+ comes with a starting price of 6,999 Yuan (~$980).