Mysterious Vivo Smartphone Spotted On China’s 3C Certification Website with 80W fast charging

The smartphone brand Vivo is widely famous among consumers for introducing highly advanced smartphones with amazing camera capabilities in both premium and mid-range pricing. Vivo has today officially unveiled its latest Vivo T3x 5G smartphone in the Indian market and the brand now seems to be working on a new Vivo device.

This is because a mysterious Vivo smartphone with model number V2364A has been spotted on China’s 3C certification website.

The database does not reveal the moniker of the device but it does indicate that the device is currently in the works and might make its debut soon in the Chinese market. Also, the smartphone will be supporting 5G connectivity and will be accompanied by a V8073L0A1-CN/V8073L0E0-CN charger that supports up to 80w fast charging. Since the device has started making its appearance on the certification websites we might get to know the moniker soon and some key details regarding the smartphone might also be revealed soon.

Other Vivo updates

As mentioned above, Vivo has today unveiled Vivo T3x 5G smartphone in the Indian region. Te brand is also rumored to soon unveil Vivo V30e smartphone since the device has appeared on multiple certification websites already. Vivo V30 Lite 4G has recently been unveiled in the global markets.


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