Vivo Z1X with Snapdragon 712 processor launched in India at Rs 16,990

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Vivo has unveiled its latest smartphone in India. The new Vivo Z1X is the latest handset in its Z series in India. The Vivo Z1X price in India starts at Rs 16,990 and goes up to Rs 18,990. The online exclusive handset will go on sale from September 13 at 12 noon. It will be available on Flipkart and Vivo online store. 

Vivo Z1X Specifications 

Sporting a 6.38-inch full HD+ resolution Super AMOLED display. It comes with 600000: 1 contrast ratio, and 103%  NTSC colour gamut. It has a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, sporting a dew drop notch design. It will be available in two colours including Fusion Blue and Phantom Purple. 

It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 processor, which is coupled with Adreno 616 GPU. This 10nm process based processor is accompanied by 6GB of RAM and will be available in two storage variants. It’s a UFS 2.1 storage. 

The camera department is highlighted by a triple lens setup. Where the primary lens is of 48MP with f/1.79 aperture lens. The 8MP 120-degree wide-angle lens makes sure you get wide shots. There is a third lens with 2MP resolution, which is used for depth sensing for portrait shots. 

The selfie experience is powered by a 32MP resolution camera, which has an f/2.0 aperture lens. There is an in-display fingerprint sensor for biometric security. It packs all the standard connectivity features. 

The Vivo Z1X is powered by a 4500mAh capacity battery, which is supported by a 2.5W fast charging technology. The handset will be running on the FunTouch OS 9.1 based on the Android 9.0 Pie OS. 

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