Vivo V11 Pro successor could be in pipeline for February-end launch in India

Vivo might be getting ready to introduce the V11 Pro successor as soon as February-end. The time around MWC 2019, we may see the Chinese smartphone maker introduce an update to its fairly popular mid-range handset in India. As far as the pricing of this V11 Pro successor is concerned, it may be between Rs 20,000 and Rs 30,000. 

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Vivo V11 Pro successor: What could be coming?

We know this all thanks to the 91Mobiles, who have learned from their sources that Vivo is gearing up for a launch to soon make changes into its line up this year. Interestingly, the report mentions there could be around 3 to 4 significant upgrades that could be an industry first in the segment. At the moment it can’t be said that what those changes would be. 

But learn from what we saw on the V11 Pro, it brought the in-display fingerprint sensor to the relatively affordable price tag. As of now, it is still the cheapest handset in the market to offer this biometric technology in the display. Overall, the specs setup was pretty incredible to the industry standards covering all ground. 

Hopefully, the new Vivo smartphone will introduce some major changes to the camera department. The V11 Pro is still priced at Rs 25,990 and we haven’t seen any price drop from the brand on this handset since the launch of it last year. As soon as we see a price drop on this one, then we can expect the company to start teasing its upgrade. 

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To jog up your memory of the Vivo V11 Pro, it comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, 6.41-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display, 12MP + 5MP dual AI rear camera, 25MP selfie camera, and 3400mAh capacity battery with 18W fast charging support. 


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