Vivo launched its latest handsets, X6 and X6 Plus, back in the month of November last year and now it seems that the manufacturer is already working on a successor to the later. The information came out via the Chinese certification agency TENAA, which has just certified Vivo X6S Plus phone in China. This certification agency is almost equivalent to the FCC certification authority of the country.
However, this S model is not so different from the original Vivo X6 and X6 Plus phone on the inside. Basically there are only two differences between these models, as revealed by the Chinese Certification authority. First, the new phone Vivo X6S Plus will be powered by an octa-core processor with 1.8 GHz clock speed, while on the other hand the X6Plus gets 100MHz lesser speed. Though, it is still not clear that what chipset will be employed on this new upcoming model of the manufacturer.
Also, the Vivo X6S Plus phone will carry a 16MP rear snapper which is up from the 13MP count available with its predecessor. When it comes to the internals of this handset, everything else remains the same. So, the upcoming X6S Plus model will get a 5.7 inch AMOLED Touchscreen display with 1080 pixels resolution. There is an internal storage of 64GB along with 4GB RAM for better processing speed. There is an 8MP front facing camera which can be used to click high quality selfie images. Vivo’s new phone runs on the Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system.
For the outer shell, it seems that this phone has got an identical design to the non-S iteration. However, the dimensions are said to have changed slightly. This new phone will measure 158.16 x 79.94 x 7.7 mm dimensionally and weighs 190 grams. These measurements make this handset slightly shorter and narrower than the X6 Plus phone, but is thicker and heavier. On the basis of this, we assume that Vivo has a 3,000 mAh battery cell in last year’s model but there is nothing specific for the new upcoming model yet.