Yesterday we saw some image leaks via Weibo that outted the possibility of the Vivo Xshot smartphone carrying a Sony manufactured camera with Exmor RS technology inside. These teasers were posted on the Vivo Weibo account. Today it seems that some random person has uploaded an image and leaked it out to the web of what the Vivo Xshot looks like. The image leak doesn't appear to have come from Weibo themselves, so it's a safe bet it really is a leak. This shouldn't be too surprising as we see leaked images of devices like this on Weibo often.
The image displays the phone from the back, which is pretty bare except for the Vivo branding and the camera near the top, which sits in the center with the dual LED flash just to the left of it. This is supposedly the very first legitimate image of the Vivo Xshot that has leaked where we actually get to see the form factor of the phone. You can see what looks to probably be the power button on the side near the top, but on the bottom there is another button that looks like the round dedicated camera button that was teased in yesterdays photos along with the information about the Sony camera tech inside the device. The idea of a dedicated camera key is always nice, and ensures a quick access to the camera no matter where you are on your device or what you're doing with it.
Whether or not this actually is the Vivo Xshot in all its glory is unconfirmed, it doesn't look too bad if it is though. The Xshot is expected to be a fairly high end device just like their last release, the Vivo Xplay3s, except this one will most likely have a tighter focus on giving a better camera experience from the sounds of things. The image appears to support the phone having metal edges surrounding the device as displayed in the teaser image as well, but we won't know for sure until Vivo themselves gives a few more details and displays the phone.