According to rumors, the Vivo X11 will be starring a near bezel-less display and expected high screen-to-body ratio. To tease Vivo fans more, this Saturday, an industry leaker has added that the device will be arriving soon.
It appears that Vivo will be skipping the X10 name, following their trend from the X7 and X9. It is believed that the Vivo X11 will directly replace the Vivo X9 and X9 Plus as the new successor, thus we will be expecting at least two different sizes being released early on under the model name.
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) have claimed that the X11 will resemble closely to the design language of the each other like it’s X9 predecessor.
Rumored Vivo X11 Specs
Compared to the X9, leaks suggest that the Vivo X11 will present ultra-thin bezels on the top and bottom of the screen side of the smartphone, accompanied with an edge-to-edge display covered in what is most likely 2.5D glass.
In relation to the display, the X line has remained loyal to the 1080p camp. However, according to the same speculators, Vivo may be expected to switch to a higher resolution 1440p “2k” display to reassure that they remain attractive and competitive with other upper mid-range devices.
The Vivo X11 is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 660, an upgrade from the Vivo X9 Plus’ Snapdragon 653. We would also expect the Vivo X9 to be upgraded with 6GB RAM and the X9 Plus with 8GB RAM; in terms of internal storage, we are less certain whether Vivo will increase the base storage from the current 64GB.
Expandable storage will most likely not be offered on the X11, in consideration to the tradition of its predecessors not including it.
One recent leak indicated that the Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer is close to developing viable optical fingerprint readers that can be embedded into a smartphone display and may beat both Samsung and Apple in the race to commercialize that technology. The Vivo X11 may thus be the first smartphone to ship with an in-screen fingerprint sensor, especially since the alleged prototype of such a Vivo-branded device essentially looked like the Vivo X9 with smaller bezels. More details on the Vivo X11 and the company’s other hardware efforts are expected to follow soon, presumably no later than summer.
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