In a recent turn of events, the Vivo V30 Pro has taken the spotlight following a poster leak and its subsequent appearance on the GSMA IMEI database, making its mark on Indonesia’s SDPPI. The official listing has now confirmed the imminent launch of the highly anticipated Vivo V30 Pro, although it remains tight-lipped about specific specifications and features.
Despite the lack of detailed information on the SDPPI listing, enthusiasts can glean insights from recent leaks of the Vivo V30 Series. The smartphone trio, including the Vivo V30 Pro, Vivo V30, and Vivo V30 Lite, has been generating buzz, especially since the Vivo V30 has already been successfully launched in Mexico.
The leaked poster reveals key design elements of the Vivo V30 Pro. The front design showcases a centrally aligned punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera, complemented by a curved display panel with minimal bezels on the sides.
Turning to the rear, a distinctive squarish camera module grabs attention. The leaked poster emphasizes the presence of a curved display, noticeable bezels, and other intriguing design features.
While the SDPPI listing remains silent on specific details, previous certifications from NBTC, TDRA, NCC, Bluetooth SIG, and GeekBench have hinted at an imminent launch for the Vivo V30 series.
Though exact specifications for the Vivo V30 Pro are currently elusive, its younger sibling, the Vivo V30, is rumored to boast a 6.78-inch curved-edge AMOLED panel with a stunning 1.5K resolution of 1260 x 2800 pixels and a high 120Hz refresh rate.
Operating on FunTouch OS 14-based Android 14, the device is expected to be powered by the formidable Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset, offering up to 12 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and up to 256 GB of UFS 2.2 storage.
Further enhancements may include a robust 5,000mAh battery with 80W charging support, ensuring swift power-ups. Security is likely to be bolstered by an under-display fingerprint scanner.
Camera enthusiasts can anticipate an impressive setup, featuring an autofocus-enabled 50-megapixel front camera with dual-LED flash and a rear camera arrangement comprising an OIS-enabled 50-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide lens, and an Aura LED flash unit. As of now, pricing details for the Vivo V30 remain undisclosed.
The Vivo V30 series is poised to make its mark, succeeding the Vivo V29 and Vivo V29 Pro launched last year. Stay tuned for further updates on this eagerly awaited smartphone series.