[Exclusive] Vivo V19 promotional posters confirm dual punch-hole display and quad rear cameras

“The leaked promotional poster for the Vivo V19 confirms a dual punch-hole for the selfie camera.”

Vivo is gearing up for the launch of its brand-new Vivo V19 smartphone on March 10th, 2020. The device will launch in Indonesia on March 10th on the said date but is tipped to reach Indian soil as early as the start of the IPL 2020 season. So far, we have received plenty of intel surrounding the specifications of the Vivo V19. Now, 91mobiles gives you an exclusive look at the promotional poster for the device, which confirms that it will flaunt a dual punch-hole display. A separate image reveals the L-shaped quad-camera setup on the back panel.

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Vivo V19 India launch teaser

As seen in the promotional posters, which are not that cryptic by the way, the Vivo V19 is confirmed to come with two front cameras, which will most likely find themselves sitting in a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout. 

Vivo V19 specifications

The Vivo V19 is expected to feature a gradient finish at the back and will reportedly come in two paint jobs – Blue and Pink. Under the hood, the device is tipped to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, which will be paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. We are not sure as to whether or not the Vivo V19 will come with scope for storage expansion.

Coming to the cameras of the device, the Vivo V19 is expected to feature a quadruple rear camera setup – 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP. In the battery department, the Vivo V19 is tipped to sport a 4,500mAh battery with the company’s proprietary dual-engine fast charging tech. On the software side of things, the Vivo V19 is expected to run Android 10-based FunTouch OS out of the box.

Meanwhile, the Vivo V19 Pro is also expected to be launched soon, but it won’t launch alongside the vanilla variant. This is unlike the company’s routine of launching the Pro variants first. Notably, the Vivo V15 Pro and the Vivo V17 Pro smartphones were launched ahead of the launch of their vanilla counterparts.