Vivo T3 5G tipped to be announced by the end of March; key specs tipped

Recently Vivo T3 5G smartphone has been spotted on Bluetooth SIG and India’s BIS certification websites which indicated that the smartphone might be nearing its launch Vivo could soon announce the launch date of this device.

Though Vivo has yet not made the official announcement regarding the launch of the Vivo T3 5G smartphone tipster @heyitsyogesh on the X platform has revealed that Vivo T3 5G is all set to be announced by the end of March.

The tipster has also mentioned some of the specs of this upcoming device. According to the tipster the device could be powered with MediaTek Dimensity 7200 SoC and may run on Android 14 OS. It is expected to feature an AMOLED display that offers a 120 Hz refresh rate. The device is tipped to feature a Sony IMX882 primary camera on the rear side. Earlier it was revealed that the smartphone will support Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity.

Apart from this, the other details are yet under the wraps but we might get to know them in the coming days. Vivo T3 5G will be arriving as a successor of the Vivo T2 5G smartphone hence it is expected to arrive with some improvements and upgrades over its predecessor. Stay tuned to get all the latest updates on the Vivo T3 5G smartphone.




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