Vivo S1 Pro launched, joins Vivo S1 but with Snapdragon power this time around
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Vivo, famous for making the advance to all-screen smartphones before just about every other smartphone maker on the market, has launched its latest all-screen smartphone. The Vivo S1 Pro is an upgraded variant of the standard Vivo S1 that first appeared in March. There are several additional features befitting this mid-range flagship variant including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC instead of the MediaTek P70 found in the regular Vivo S1.
While the Vivo S1 still gets a decent 6 GB of RAM, the S1 Pro picks up a 6 GB and 8 GB options. It is fitted with a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:5:9 with an impressive screen-to-body ratio of 91.64 percent. A key difference between the S1 and the S1 Pro displays, however, is that the Pro variant also picks up an in-display fingerprint sensor instead of one mounted on the rear.
The Vivo S1 Pro camera set up gets and upgrade too. Its pop-up camera is rated at 32 MP while the main rear camera is a 48 MP Quad Bayer lens that is joined by an 8 MP wide-angle lens and a 5 MP depth-sensing module. The batter is a reasonable, if unspectacular, 3,700mAh. The Vivo S1 Pro will go on sale in China on May 9 priced from US$400 in Blue and Red color options with Funtouch UI layered over Android 9 Pie.