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Vivo X9S and X9S Plus Coming Soon

One of the best selfie-focused smartphones comes our way from Vivo. Though many know this brand due to the Vivo Xplay6, a four-sided curved smartphone, the Vivo X9 is very popular selfie lovers. It was launched in November 2016. Now when more than 6 months have passed, the company has decided to release the enhanced variant of this phone named the Vivo X9S. The brightest feature of the former model is dual-camera on the front. Seems it will present on the upcoming model as well.

Vivo X9S

The Vivo X9 sports a list of crazy features such as a 5.5-inch Full HD resolution display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5, Snapdragon 625 chip paired with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM, 3050mAh capacity battery, 16MP shooter on the back and a dual-camera with 20MP + 6MP sensors on the front. As I said the latter is the selling point of the Vivo X9 coming with sensors carrying a model number of Sony IMX376. This sensor comes with a 1/2.8-Inch, aperture of f/2.0, 5P lens, virtual dual-photo support, dynamic photos, HDR and many other camera features. To boost the sales the company launched new color options for it including the summer blue and matte black. Honestly, both versions look astonishing.

Vivo X9S

Now, when all expedients have been exhausted, the manufacturer decided it’s the right time for the enhanced variant of the X9. However, we don’t know what changes will be made in the Vivo X9S. The front panel of the phone is not seen in any promotional photo. So we have all reasons to think the manufacturer will try to pack it with a bezel-less screen.

Vivo X9S

At last, there will also be a larger variant dubbed as the Vivo X9S Plus.

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