Vivo recently sent out invites for the launch of its next smartphone, the V7+. Thanks to a few leaks, we have a clearer idea of what to expect.
Before we begin, this is the invitation that circulated:
The date is set for September 7, fitting for the smartphone’s model number. This was sent to Indian media, meaning the Chinese company will prioritize the South Asian market before its own, similar to past Vivo launches.
Interestingly, Vivo already set up banners on its official website today, revealing the handset’s near-borderless FullView display:
If the final product closely resembles the render we’re seeing here, we could be in for a significant upgrade over the V5 Plus, which, curiously enough, was also exposed before its official launch last January.
We don’t have any confirmed specifications or features yet, but we did score a couple of leaks that may be of the actual retail units. See them for yourself:
The front-facing camera placement seems to be aligned with Vivo’s renders, but the side bezels are slightly thicker than expected. Still, the top and bottom bezels are quite thin, and the clean back panel is a welcome sight.
We can also more or less confirm that the smartphone will be focused on improved selfies, thanks to a possible pair of cameras on the front, one of which might have a 24-megapixel image sensor.
Only six days remain before the grand reveal and all the details we’re after.