Cryptic Vivo V2054A spotted on TENAA, model V2036A spotted on 3C


A new Vivo phone has reportedly appeared on TENAA, and its key specs have been disclosed in the list. The phone is expected to be part of the iQoo range. It is listed as containing a 4910mAh battery and has a large 6.58 inch display. Separately, another phone with Vivo model number V2036A was also spotted on the 3C certification site. This listing indicates that this unnamed phone will support 10W charging. These listings suggest that the OEM is working on the development of multiple phones.

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Vivo would work on multiple phones, one of them being part of the iQoo series. Vivo V2054A’s TENAA listing was Point by prognosticator Abhishek Yadav. Full specifications of the phone have not been released on TENAA, but the tipster shares few details. The mysterious Vivo V2054A is listed to feature a 6.58 inch screen and is expected to run on Android. It should contain a 4910mAh battery and the dimensions are 164.15×75.35×8.4mm. It should also offer 5G connectivity with support for SA / NSA bands. There is no clarity on the business name of this phone or when it is planned to launch.

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By the way, another mysterious Vivo phone with model number V2036A was Point on 3C certification site. The site doesn’t offer any details other than support for 10W fast charging on the phone. This hints that Vivo is working on a new phone, possibly in the mid-range or entry-level segment, but its official name is subject to speculation.

Vivo recently unveiled OriginOS in China, its new Android skin for phones. The skin will succeed FunTouch OS and bring a new grid-like UI with lots of widgets, Nano alerts, and new behavioral wallpapers that change with the weather outside. Vivo has also confirmed that it will deploy OriginOS on its upcoming ‘X series’ smartphone first.

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