Vivo X20 and X20A are expected to be flagship smartphones offering FullView displays with 18:9 aspect ratio.
Vivo will soon announce the launch of flagship X20 and X20A smartphones for its home market. The handsets have already appeared in the form of live images and now, more details have emerged in the form of TENAA certification. With X20 series, Vivo will be joining the growing list of smartphone makers offering mobile devices with nearly bezel-less displays.
The TENAA certification indicates that there will be two handsets - X20 and X20A - sporting a FullView display similar to LG's Full Vision display. The smartphones are expected to be the successors to the company's X9 series and offer a rear mounted fingerprint sensor. It is not evidently clear how the two smartphones are different from each other but Vivo X20A could be bigger than regular X20.
The overall design seems similar to the Oppo R11 and the OnePlus 5 with a dual camera at the back and a curved antenna line similar to Apple's iPhone 7. The listing does not reveal full specifications of the device but an official launch seems imminent. The smartphones had first appeared in the form of live images and followed up via official FIFA World Cup 2018 posters a few weeks back. The highlight is expected to be the use of a display with taller 18:9 aspect ratio and an updated 24MP selfie camera.
Vivo is launching V7+, its successor to V5 Plus in India tomorrow with Full View display. The smartphone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm's mid-range Snapdragon 630 or Snapdragon 660 mobile platform. The Vivo X20 and X20A series might go official in China ahead of the launch of V7 series.