Like most of the industries, the smartphone industry is also facing the heat of the recent coronavirus outbreak. India is currently going through 21 days of lockdown to counter the effects of the virus. As a result, a number of Smartphone manufacturers, such as Xiaomi, Vivo and Realme, have forced to push their scheduled smartphone launches.
Some of the highly anticipated phones like Vivo V19, Mi 10, and Realme Narzo 10 were scheduled to launch in the next 21 days period. But, for the time being, they are not coming as per the plan.
Vivo Cancel the V19 Launch in India
The highly anticipated Vivo phone scheduled to launch on 26th of March, but recently the company cancelled the launch event. It also announced that it is not going to launch any of its product during the lockdown period.
Vivo V19 has a rumoured starting price of 26990. The phone will have a 6.44 inches Full HD Plus AMOLED screen having 22:9 aspect ratio. It’s 409 PPI will ensure a sharp multimedia experience. Under the processor front, the phone comes with Snapdragon 712 chipset to power the device. Besides, the phone will have a 4500 mAh battery which supports 32 Watt fast charging.
The camera of Vivo V19
Vivo always puts an extra effort on its camera. This time, on the camera side, the phone has a Quad rear camera setup, including the famous 48 MP primary sensor. The back camera module has an 8 MP ultra-wide lens, a 2 MP depth sensor and 2 MP macro lens.
On the front side, the phone has a couple of selfie shooter 38 megapixel and 8 MP.
The top variant of the upcoming Vivo v9 will have as many as 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of ROM.