A Vivo 5G phone passes 3C certification, which reveals 33W charging
Vivo has reportedly certified a phone called the V1938T with the regulator 3C in China. This documentation reveals that it has dual-band 5G, and as the Exynos 980 SoC is the only processor capable of such connectivity, there are very few candidates for this model's eventual identity as a product.
Therefore, it is most likely that the Vivo V1938T is the X30 - or the X30 Pro. Its new official approval does not reveal much about it, besides the fact that it will have a power brick that will support 33-watt (W) charging. However, some recent leaks suggest that this upcoming 5G series will have a 60MP camera.
It will form part of a rear-panel arrangement with 3 other lenses of varying sizes and functions. Furthermore, it is now rumored that it will render the Vivo X30 (or Pro) capable of 60x zoom. The Exynos 980-powered devices are also thought to have between 8 and 12GB of RAM, and to start at a price of 3198 yuan (~US$454).