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Vivo X30 is Scheduled to Hit the Launchpad on December 16 with 5G Support

After revealing several images and video teasers for the X30 smartphone, Vivo has finally unveiled its launch date officially. The Vivo X30 smartphone is all set to launch after a few days on 16 December. The company took it to the Chinese social media platform Weibo to announce the release date of the phone. It announced that the X30 would come into existence on December 16 with 5G support.

To recall, Vivo announced at a joint press conference with Samsung in China that it would soon bring the X30 in the month of December. The manufacturer has published lots of teasers about the phone to expose its features, design, colour etc. Now, we are ready to welcome the smartphone on December 16.

Furthermore, the company hasn’t announced the phone’s full features and specifications yet, thanks to the teasers and promos published previously to give an idea what the phone is all about.

As per the specs revealed by teasers, the X30 smartphone is expected to come with the Exynos 980 processor. It will configure both SA and NSA 5G network modems. Moreover, it will take the quad-camera module on the backside, featuring a 64MP primary sensor to lead the team. It is also being rumored that its telephoto sensor will acknowledge 60x zoom support as well.

Additionally, we can also expect Vivo will push the X30 phone with a punch-hole touchscreen design on the front side. However, we have no words about the screen size and other attributes.

But if we assume the rumors to be true, we will receive the device with a 6.5” AMOLED display with 90 Hz refresh rate. In the storage slots, we can expect 8GB in RAM and 256GB in the local slot.

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