An upcoming Vivo V1930A smartphone has been approved by the 3C Chinese regulatory body. The charger that accompanies the phone supports 10W charging.
It appears that the Vivo V1930A is a forthcoming entry-level phone from the company. It could be either be a Y-series phone or the successor for Vivo U1 phone from last year.
The Vivo V1930A 3C listing has no other information on the specs of the phone. However, the entire specs of the phone have been revealed through its TENAA listing that had appeared earlier in this month.
Specs Revealed via TENAA Listing
The Vivo V1930A/T TENAA listing reveled that it measures 159.43 x 76.77 x 8.92 mm and it weighs 176 grams. The smartphone features a display with waterdrop notch. It offers 720 x 1544 pixels HD+ resolution. The phone has a massive battery of around 5,000mAh capacity.
A 1.95GHz octa-core processor powers this smartphone with 3 GB of RAM. It has an inbuilt storage of 64 GB and it carries support for additional storage through a microSD card slot.
The rear shell of the phone has a 13-megapixel + 2-megapixel dual camera system. It has a front-facing camera of 8-megapixel. The Android 9 Pie OS runs on the device. A fingerpint scanner is available on the backside of the device.
New Vivo U-Series Phone?
Since Vivo’s Z-series, X-series and V-series phones include mid-range and high-end phones, the Vivo V1930A may belong to a different series. Probably, it could be a Y-series or a U-series. Earlier this year, Vivo had released the Vivo U1 smartphone in China. So, the Vivo V1930A could end up as Vivo U2 or Vivo U3 smartphone. A recent report from Economic Times had reported that Vivo India will be releasing six new products by October including a Vivo U-series phone. The new U-series phone may debut first in China.