Vivo V11 with 6.26-inch display and 3180mAh battery gets listed on TENAA

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Vivo has been actively introducing handsets as the Chinese brand revealed two of its most powerful smartphones; Vivo X21 and Vivo NEX. While these two smartphone ranges from the brand are believed to be quite an ambitious series, its most popular handsets come from the V Series. The most recent smartphone in this range includes V9 and V9 Youth. Now the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is reportedly working on V11, the successor in V Series.

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Following its nomenclature to skip one number, V3, V5, V7, and V9, the next up in line could be V11. The TENAA listing popped up online showcases the device sporting a model number V1730DA. If you compare the earlier model number for Vivo V9 and V9 Youth were 1723, and V172, respectively. It can be safely assumed the V11 might be next.

Vivo V11 Specifications

Vivo V11 TENAA

Talking about the details of V11 specifications, the rumoured smartphone is reported to sport a 6.26-inch display. It is unknown whether it will have the notch. Or it would explore other options like a pop-out camera on Vivo NEX to offer a bezel-less experience. Unfortunately, there are no details revealed on the camera front.

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This Vivo handset could pack a 3180 mAh capacity battery, which feels low for the display of this size. It is unknown whether this battery will support fast charging technology or not. Further specification details are scarce and we would have to wait to get clarity when is Vivo planning to introduce the V11.


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