A new image of the Vivo X30 has just surfaced, and it shows the same design as the leak that popped up a couple of days ago. Having said that, this design is different from the designs that surfaced earlier, as it does not sport a notch at the top of the display, and the bezels are considerably thinner altogether. Having said that, if real, this device could end up sporting the highest screen-to-body ratio to date, as its bezels are extremely thin all around, the thinnest bezel is the bottom one, but it's only a hair thicker than the rest of them.
Truth be said, we cannot really see the phone's camera, or its earpiece, and this leak does look a bit fishy, as the phone may look too good to be true, but it's the second leak to date, and who knows, it may even end up being true. It is possible that the device comes with a rotatable camera, as the design of its backplate did not surface just yet, and an earpiece could be placed at the top of the phone, who knows. As you can see, the display on this handset comes with rounded corners, and a physical button seems to be available on the left, but that's pretty much it, that's the only visible physical button here, though truth be told, we do not really see a right-hand side of the device. Now, this could be the upcoming Vivo X30 handset, but it's also possible that Vivo will name it differently, if it ever arrives, as neither of the two leaks that surfaced mentioned the Vivo X30 naming in particular.
Let's assume this is the Vivo X30, though. The Vivo X20 was announced back in September along with its sibling, the Vivo X20 Plus. Later on, Vivo announced the Vivo X20 Plus UD, world's first smartphone with an in-display fingerprint scanner, so it's safe to assume that the Vivo X30 will also include an in-display fingerprint scanner. The device will probably ship with at least 4GB of RAM, though chances are that it will include 6GB of RAM on the inside. Vivo probably won't wait until September of this year in order to announce this handset, but who knows what will happen, in any case, we need to wait for more info to surface.