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Alleged Vivo S19 Spotted On 3C Certification Website; A New Meizu Smartphone Also Spotted On 3C

A few days back a mysterious Vivo device with model number V2364A was spotted on China’s 3C certification website. The listing revealed the charging specs of the device but the moniker was kept under wraps and it was expected that in the coming days, we might come across the moniker of this mysterious device.

Well, thanks to tipster Digital Chat Station who finally revealed the moniker of the smartphone in his recent Weibo post.

The tipster has shared the 3C listing of Vivo V2364A and mentioned that it is a Vivo S19 smartphone. He also mentioned that Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 SoC will power the upcoming device.  Well, this is the first time that Vivo S19 has made its appearance online, it was recently tipped that the Vivo S19 series will be making its debut in June in the Chinese market. Just like the Vivo S18 series this upcoming series is also expected to launch only in China. But as we know Vivo V30 series arrived as a rebranded version of the Vivo S18 series in global markets, it is assumed that the Vivo S19 series might also arrive as a repackaged V series globally.

However we can’t come to any conclusion right now since Vivo has the habit of launching the same devices under different names in different regions confusing the tech world, hence we need to wait for the official confirmation to know anything in this regard.

Apart from Vivo S19, the tipster has also shared the 3C listing of a Meizu smartphone with model number M468Q.

As per the tipster, this mysterious device will be arriving as a mid-range phone in the market, while the database reveals that the device will be supporting 66W fast charging and support 5G connectivity. The device is also said to be equipped with 5500 mAh battery. We might come across some more details regarding this mysterious Meizu device in the coming days.

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