Vivo to release first phone with 10GB RAM & In-Screen finger scanner

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Launching the world’s first phone with in-screen fingerprint scanner(Vivo X20 plus HD) wasn’t enough for Vivo, company is also looking forward to launching it’s new flagship phone this year which is touted to have a huge 10GB ram, 256/512 GB internal storage, a 4k display with 92.9 percent screen to body ratio, it’s named as Xplay 7. It will also have the in-screen fingerprint sensor as well which the company showcased via X20 plus HD in CES 2018 this year earlier.

Sources from weibo confirms this and if rumours are to be believed then this will be the very first phone to have massive ten gigabytes of ram and a huge internal storage of 512gb.

Amongst other features it is also said to have dual curved infinity display and triple camera, with a twin camera setup with Sony’s IMX sensors at back and one front camera. It will be powered by snapdragon 845 of qualcomm company.

In the recent wave of bezel-less phones, while the bezels haven’t disappeared completely they have just gotten smaller and smaller and with this being touted a truly bezel less phone, rumors are that it will have circular cutouts for front facing camera and sensors removing the traditional upper bezels altogether. It is also said to be extremely thin but will have a headphone jack.

It will come running android oreo 8.0 fresh out of the box and an 4000 mAh battery with it. Rear cameras are said to be 12mp and 8mp with 4x optical zoom supported by sony IMX401 sensors with led flash and two sony exmor RS sensors.

Despite no official news of launch of Xplay 7 by Vivo, we may expect it to make an appearance in MWC 2018 happening in february this year. Show or no-show in MWC 2018, xPlay 7 is scheduled to be officially launched at some time this year itself.

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