Vivo T2 Pro 5G display specifications officially confirmed

On Sept. 22, Vivo will announce the Vivo T2 Pro 5G in India. Its landing page available on Flipkart recently confirmed that it is equipped with the Dimensity 7200 chipset. The updated page has revealed the display specifications of the T2 Pro.

As can be seen in the above image, the Vivo T2 Pro 5G is equipped with a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with curved edges. The screen supports a 120Hz refresh rate, 10-bit colours, and up to 1,300 nits of brightness.

The Vivo T2 Pro’s Flipkart page reveals that it scored 720,000+ points on AnTuTu benchmarks. It also mentions that the device will come with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage and will be priced under Rs 25,000. A recent leak claimed that the device will also come in an 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage version. Hence, it appears that the T2 Pro will be priced between Rs 20,000 and Rs 25,000.

The device is also said to be equipped with an OIS-enabled 64-megapixel dual-camera system with Aura Light on the back. The phone is expected to come with support for 4K video shooting. Its other details are yet to be confirmed.

Some reports have claimed that the Vivo T2 Pro will be similar to the iQOO Z7 Pro 5G, which is sold via Amazon in India. The Z7 Pro packs all the above-mentioned specifications and also includes a 4,600mAh battery with 66W fast charging.

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