Vivo S10 smartphone, which will be launched alongside Vivo S10 Pro on July 15th in China, has received TENAA certification with model number V2121A. The handset was spotted on Geekbech last month and is expected to be the successor to the Vivo S9, which was launched earlier this year. Separately, popular Chinese tipster Digital Chat station has leaked key specifications of both Vivo S10 and Vivo S10 Pro.
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The TENAA listing has revealed that the Vivo S10 (V2121A) smartphone measures 158.20 x 73.67 x 7.29mm, and it has a 6.44-inch display. The device offers a 3,970mAh rated battery, Android 11 OS, and 5G connectivity. Unfortunately, the TENAA listing hasn’t revealed any other information about this device. The TENAA listing is expected to be populated with complete specifications and images in the coming days.
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According to the Digital Chat Station, the vanilla Vivo S10 will feature a 6.44-inch OLED display with a notch design and a full-HD+ resolution. As far as the processing department is concerned, the phone is said to be powered by the Dimensity 1100 chipset. The refresh rate for the display is said to be clocked at 90Hz. The phone has been tipped to feature 44MP dual cameras at the front for selfies and a 64MP triple camera setup at the back. The handset may have support for 44W fast charging. The Vivo S10 Pro may differ from the Vivo S10 in the main camera department. Instead of a 64MP lens, the Vivo S10 Pro could be equipped with a 108MP primary camera. The Vivo S10 series will offer UFS 3.1 storage, up to 12 GB of LPDDR4x RAM, 4 GB of virtual RAM, NFC, and OriginOS UI-based Android 11 OS.