vivo S10 Pro arrives on TENAA, has 108 MP main camera
The vivo V2121, expected to launch under the name S10 Pro, has appeared on TENAA earlier this month, but now we have the full specs sheet, along with actual images of the smartphone. It will have a rectangular camera island on the back for the triple shooter, and there are two cameras on the front as well – likely packed within an actual notch.
TENAA does not list the actual chipset of the vivo S10 Pro, but the CPU frequency is 2.6 GHz, which is likely the Dimensity 1100. It will be coupled with 6/8/12 GB RAM and 64/128/256 GB storage, and there’s no word on expandable options.
The triple setup on the back consists of a 108 MP main shooter, an 8 MP likely ultra-wide cam, and a 2 MP depth sensor. The front is 44 MP + 8 MP, probably inheriting the very same solution vivo implemented in the preceding S9 series – main + ultra-wide camera to get all your friends in the selfie shot.
Since we’re talking about a vivo S10 Pro, there likely is a non-Pro variant as well. Previously leaked renders suggest it is the very same smartphone with a 4,000 mAh battery with just one difference – the main camera is 64 MP.