China Telecommunications Equipment Certification Authority (TENAA) announces the preparation of a new smartphone Vivo: the device, codenamed V2054A, will join the range of mid-range devices.
The novelty will be able to function in fifth generation (5G) mobile networks with non-autonomous (NSA) and autonomous (SA) architectures. Nothing is reported about the type of processor used, but it can be assumed that one of the MediaTek Dimensity chips with an integrated 5G modem is involved.
The smartphone is equipped with a 6.58-inch display. The overall dimensions are 164.15 x 75.35 x 8.4 mm. Finally, it talks about the use of a 5000 mAh battery.
Other technical characteristics of the V2054A model have not yet been disclosed. Internet sources add that the new product will debut in the commercial market under the iQOO brand.
It should be noted that Vivo is among the world’s largest smartphone suppliers. In the third quarter of this year, according to IDC estimates, the company’s share was 8.9%, which corresponds to the fifth place in the list of leading suppliers. Against the backdrop of the weakening of Huawei’s position under the yoke of US sanctions, Vivo has every chance to further strengthen its position.