Vivo’s upcoming phones have received 3C certification in China

Vivo's upcoming phones have received 3C certification in China

Last month, Vivo announced several new devices, such as the Vivo X Fold 3 series smartphones and the Vivo Pad 3 Pro tablet in China. It is rumored that the brand intends to unveil the Vivo X100s, Vivo X100s Pro, Vivo X100 Ultra, and Vivo Pad 3 tablet in the current quarter of this year. Several of the brand’s new phones have received approval from China’s 3C certification platform.

Vivo V2354A, V2353A, V2353DA phones in operation

As you can see in the screenshot above, three upcoming Vivo phones with Vivo model numbers V2353A, V2353DA and V2354A have been approved by Chian’s 3C body. All three 5G-enabled smartphones can be shipped with the V4440L0A0-CN/V4440L0E0-CN charger, which supports fast charging with up to 44W of power.

Thus, it looks like the V2353A, V2353DA, and V2354A could be mid-range phones belonging to the same series. It looks like these phones might be the Y series smartphones. Other specifications of these smartphones are currently being kept under wraps.

By the way, the Vivo sub-brand is announcing four new devices this month in China. Among them are iQOO Z9x, Z9, Z9 Turbo smartphones and iQOO Pad 2 tablet. The three Z9 series phones will reportedly be powered by Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, Snapdragon 7 Gen 3, and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 3 chipsets, respectively.

The iQOO Pad 2 tablet is reportedly a rebranded version of the Vivo Pad 3 Pro with a Dimensity 9300 processor. The brand is also said to be working on a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3-based phone, which could be the iQOO Neo 10 series.


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