Vivo X7 Plus Real Life Images Leak Along With Its Specs


Vivo is a China-based company which introduced one of the most interesting Chinese devices this year, the Vivo XPlay 5. This handset sports the 'Dual Edge' display, just like the Galaxy S7 Edge, and on top of that sports premium specs as well. The phone was announced in two variants, the base model ships with 4GB of RAM, while the higher-end variant comes with 6GB of RAM on board. Snapdragon 820 is also included in this equation, and the phone is made out of metal. Speaking of which, Vivo intends to introduce some additional metal-clad devices soon, read on.

The Vivo X7 and X7 Plus devices are on the way, the company has been teasing these two phones for quite some time now, and they've recently announced that the phone will be unveiled on June 30th. That being said, the Vivo X7 Plus has now surfaced in real life images, and its specs seem to have been revealed as well. If you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll get to see the device in the flesh. This is the Rose Gold variant of the device, and as you can see, it will resemble some already released devices, the front side of the phone definitely reminds us of the Meizu PRO 6, while its back side simply screams 'iPhone'. That really doesn't have to be a bad thing though, especially if you like such designs. The Vivo X7 Plus will be made out of metal, and according to the rumor, the phone will ship with a 5.7-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) display, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage. This phablet will be fueled by the Snapdragon 652 64-bit octa-core processor, and a 16-megapixel shooter will be placed on its front side. We still don't know what camera sensor will be available on the back of the Vivo X7 Plus, but we'll let you know if that info surfaces, of course.


Now, we do know when will the phone launch, but we still don't know how much will it cost. The Vivo X7 Plus is expected to cost around $400, though do take this info with a grain of salt considering this is just an educated guess, nothing more.

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