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Vivo S9 Launch Confirmed for March 3

- Updated: 22nd Aug 2023, 12:55 IST
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    Vivo S9 Launch Details
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    VivoS9 Specifications (Expected)

Vivo confirms that it will be launching Vivo S9 smartphone in China on March 3. The company has announced through a post on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo. However, we know little about the specs of the phone as the company is keeping it under wraps. On the other hand, there are several leaks and rumors that suggest it could be the first phone with the MediaTek Dimensity 1100 SoC.

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The phone will be the latest entrant in the company’s S series. Additionally, a recent leak also suggests there will be a Vivo S9e in the lineup in the Vivo S9 series.

Vivo S9 Launch Details

Vivo took to Weibo to share the release date in China The phone will debut on March 3. However, as of now, there is no information on pricing or availability. It will likely be available in China first and then make its way to other regions.

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VivoS9 Specifications (Expected)

According to the leaks, it features a 6.4-inch FHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Vivo S9 will feature a dual selfie camera setup consisting of a 44MP primary lens along with an ultra-wide-angle sensor. To recall, Vivo S7 also had a dual-camera setup on the front with a 44MP primary sensor and an 8MP secondary sensor.

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However, it looks like it will feature a 44-MP selfie camera like the Vivo S7 which is likely to be assisted by an ultra-wide lens. The front cameras will be housed inside a wide notch. There could be a 64-MP primary camera on the back.

Additionally, it could pack 12GB RAM, 256 GB of storage and it will run the latest Android 11 OS.

Vivo S9 will reportedly pack a 4000mAh battery and 33W fast charging. In addition, the phone was allegedly spotted in a 3C certification listing earlier this month that hinted at support for 33W fast charging.