Vivo has announced that on December 14 at 2:00 PM in China, it will make the announcement of the Vivo S18 series of smartphones. The Vivo S18e, S18, and S18 Pro are the three models that will be available. Along with the S18 series, the brand will also be introducing the Vivo TWS 3e TWS earbuds. Here are all the specifications for these devices that have been verified by official means.
The entry-level model in the S18 series, the Vivo S18e, will have a flat display and a circular camera module with an OIS-enabled dual-camera setup and an Aura LED flash. The image above verifies that it will support 80W charging and have a 4,800mAh battery. It is confirmed to come in colors like Cloud Gauze White, Glow Purple, and Starry Night Black. Its thickness is 7.69 mm.
Vivo S18 and S18 Pro
The Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor is present in the Vivo S18, as confirmed by Jia Jingdong, president and general manager of brand and product strategy at Vivo. On the other hand, the S18 Pro has the more potent Dimensity 9200 Plus. Additionally, he disclosed that the two phones will be available in hues like Huaxia Red, Black, Purple, and Sea Green.
Here are a few sample photos of the Vivo S18. Although the S18’s camera specs were not disclosed, he did disclose that the S18 Pro sports a 50-megapixel front camera with dual soft LED flash and a triple camera unit on the back that consists of a 50-megapixel primary Sony IMX920 sensor, a 50-megapixel ultra-wide Samsung JN1 sensor, and a 12-megapixel portrait Sony IMX663 sensor. Moreover, the Blue Heart AI model, which has six billion parameters and can improve portrait photography, will be included in the Vivo S18 series, along with other features.
In terms of appearance, the Vivo S18 and S18 Pro differ from the S18e. A 120Hz refresh rate is supported by the curved-edge OLED display found on both the standard and Pro models. Additionally, 80W charging is anticipated for both devices. According to some reports, the Pro model might support 100W of charging.
Although the Vivo TWS 3e earbuds’ design has been made public, the company has not yet confirmed any of its salient specifications.