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Vivo T2 recently Spotted On IMEI Database, What we can expect from this Smartphone?

Vivo T2 is likely to make its launch in China first, before heading to India.

Vivo appears to be aiming to release another T series phone. Three phones were recently unveiled by the company. Vivo T1 5G, Vivo T1 Pro, and Vivo T1 44W are the phones in question. The Vivo T2 smartphone has been detected on the IMEI database, indicating that the company is almost ready to market it.

The listing has no information on the future phone. According to 91Mobiles, the Chinese business may potentially release a Pro version of the handset. Both smartphones are expected to be released in India. However, given the brand's recent announcement of new Vivo T phones, they are unlikely to appear very soon.

The Vivo T2 is likely to make its debut in China before making its way to India, as was the case with the Vivo T1 series. There are currently no specifics on what the handset's features or characteristics may be. The Vivo T2 series, on the other hand, is likely to enable 5G.



Vivo T2 expected specifications

On the front, the Smartphone will most likely have a punch-hole display or a waterdrop-style notch. Multiple cameras are expected on the phones' backs. A single camera on the back of a phone is no longer standard, and most Android phones now contain several cameras. On the front, we could see a single sensor for taking selfies.

All of this is only guesswork, so users should proceed with caution. If Vivo intends to introduce new phones, we should learn more in the coming days.

The Vivo T1 44W was just released in India at a beginning price of Rs 14,499, while the Vivo T1 Pro was released at a starting price of Rs 23,999. Both smartphones' basic models come with 128GB of storage, which is a fantastic start. 

We expect additional smartphone manufacturers to follow Samsung's lead and offer 128GB as the standard model. In the high-end pricing sectors, manufacturers like OnePlus, Samsung, and Apple are already selling 128GB as a basic model. However, this has not yet reached the lowest price ranges.