“The Vivo Z5X is a mid-range handset with a first punch-hole design for a Vivo handset”
Vivo will be announcing its first hole-punch design smartphone tomorrow in China. Ahead of the release, the handset’s front design, as well as massive battery performance, was teased by the company Product Manager Wu Fang last week. The said post also revealed some key dimensions of the Vivo Z3X successor. However, the screen resolution, system-on-chip, and Android version were not known. Now, the handset has been tested on AnTuTu and these details are now out as well. Furthermore, Vivo has also teased some of these specifications officially today, confirming a lot.
The Vivo Z5X comes with model number V1911A, which is clearly mentioned in the AnTuTu test and shows the handset has a Snapdragon 710, coupled with the Adreno 616 GPU, which is a decent step up over the Snapdragon 660 on the Vivo Z3X. Moreover, the resolution is mentioned as 2340 x 1080p, which is full-HD+. The handset has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. There are four variants seen on AnTuTu – 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage, 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage, 6 GB RAM + 128 GB – along with the top-specced 8GB version. As for the score, the handset has reached 173,798 and this is after the handset appeared on Geekbench previously. As for other specifications, the Vivo Z5X boasts a triple camera setup and a 5,000mAh battery with a 6.53-inch screen. The exact details of the three sensors are not known right now but we won’t have to wait a lot for that. The latest mid-range Vivo handset will come in Extreme Night Black and Phantom Black shades.