Vivo S19 Series Chipset, Storage Options And Charging Details Tipped Online

The smartphone brand Vivo is rumored to be currently working on Vivo S19 and Vivo S19 Pro smartphones. The Vivo S19 series was tipped to make its debut in the month of June in China while last month a Vivo device was spotted on China’s 3C certification website which was assumed to be the Vivo S19 and Vivo S19 Pro has also bagged the 3C certification hinting at its imminent launch.

Today tipster Digital Chat Station has shared a new update regarding the Vivo S19 and Vivo S19 Pro smartphones (received via @ZionsAnvin) which reveals the chipset, storage options, and charging details of both devices.

According to tipster Vivo, the S19 smartphone will be powered by Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset and will be arriving with storage variants- 12GB/256GB, 12GB/512GB, 16GB/256GB, and 16GB/512GB. The Vivo S19 Pro is tipped to arrive with MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chipset and with the same storage options as that of the Vivo S19 smartphone. Both smartphones are said to support 80W fast charging.

It is assumed that Vivo S19 and Vivo S19 Pro will be arriving as Vivo V31 and V31 Pro smartphones in the global markets. Just like how Vivo S18 and S18 Pro arrived globally as Vivo V30 and V30 Pro smartphones.

Stay tuned to get more latest tech updates.




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