The Vivo S1 has officially been unveiled – the mid-range phone arrives with a 6.53-inch Full HD+ display, an aspect ratio of 19 5:9 and a Helio P70 Soc under the hood. The smartphone looks a lot like its other recently released sibling, the V15, which debuted in February, but there are a few notable differences between them, hardware-wise.
The Vivo S1 comes with Android Pie out of the box and the latest Funtouch OS 9, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB worth of storage with the usual option of expanding it via a microSD card.
It’s powered up by a 3,940mAh battery that has 18W fast charging support.
Camera-wise, the phone boasts a 24.8MP pop-up selfie camera and a triple camera setup on the back that hosts a 12MP, an 8MP wide angle sensor and a 5MP depth sensor. Next to the rear cameras, you can find a fingerprint scanner.
The handset also features the Jovi voice assistant and a Game Turbo mode that should allow the users a better gaming experience.
The Vivo S1 comes in Ice Lake Blue and Pet Pink color variants and retails for roughly around $342 after conversion. It will be available in China starting with April 1st.