Vivo V17 Pro leaked promo image shows dual pop-up selfie cameras

Vivo V17 Pro leaked promo image shows dual pop-up selfie cameras


Vivo is on a smartphone launching spree, and it doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon. The Vivo V17 Pro could be the latest addition to the Vivo smartphone family. An alleged promotional image for the smartphone has leaked online. It shows that the Vivo V17 Pro could indeed launch with dual pop-up selfie cameras. The Vivo V17 Pro first appeared in the teaser for Bigg Boss, which is hosted by Salman Khan.

The latest leaks come after the Vivo V17 Pro leaked a few days back showing its rear panel. The leak comes from 91mobiles, and it shows thin bezels on all four sides. The Vivo V15 Pro successor is tipped to include an in-display fingerprint sensor. A previous leak has suggested that Vivo could be using a 32MP shooter for its dual pop-up selfie camera setup. The other camera may be a depth sensor.

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The Vivo V17 Pro quad rear camera setup was seen in the official look shared by the company with us. All the four cameras are placed in a single unit, and they are separated by an LED flash.

The Vivo V17 Pro is confirmed to come in the two colour options. There is no official name for the two colours yet, however, the rear panel is glossy and reflective. While one of the colours appears to be a dark shade of blue, the other one seems to be a pearl white colour.

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Vivo has said that the Vivo V17 Pro will be launched in India this September and we expect it to be unveiled in the upcoming weeks.

The predecessor, Vivo V15 Pro was a camera-centric handset with a pop-up front camera. The phone also featured an AMOLED display, triple rear cameras, and an in-display fingerprint sensor, which was a first for smartphones in the price segment.

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