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Vivo V1730GA TENAA certification reveals design and specs in full glory

26 April 2019 2

From the look of the things the Chinese smartphones manufacturer, Vivo is getting ready to announce another pocket-friendly mid-range phone. Today a new Vivo branded phone bearing model number V1730GA clears the TENAA certification which reveals the specs and complete design ahead of the official launch. At the moment it is still in the dark what will be the final commercial name of V1730GA.

Unlike the latest Vivo phones the V1730GA doesn't have notch-free or dewdrop display instead it comes with a traditional thicker notch at the top of the display. The top bezel has selfie snapper and earpiece. On the rear side, you will get dual snappers aligned vertically on the top left corner with LED flashlight.

The fingerprint scanner is on the rear side. Being a budget-friendly phone it comes with a polycarbonate body. For the Chinese market, the device will be available in Matte Black, Champagne Gold, and Rose Gold options. The device measurements are 154.81 x 75.03 x 7.89mm and weigh 149.29g.

In terms of features the device sports a 6.26-inches LCD display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels. The display aspect ratio is 19:9. Under the hood, an Octa-core chipset is powering the phone with max clocking at 1.95Ghz.

Like most of the Chinese phones, the Vivo V1730GA will be available in two configurations with either 4GB or 6GB RAM. The built-in storage remains 64GB which is further expandable via MicroSD. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie based FunTouch OS skin over it. The primary rear snapper is 13MP whereas the secondary snapper is a depth-sensing 2MP sensor. Up front the selfie sensor is 16MP. A 3,180mAh battery is keeping the device lights on.

The TENAA certification is a clear indication the Vivo V1730GA launch isn't far away. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.


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Vivo V1730GA TENAA certification reveal design and specs in full glory
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MarkJosh
MarkJosh

4GB or 6GB of RAM makes it a decent mid-range phone in a budget segment with 64GB of storage, which sounds pretty much on lines with the overall make.

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