Vivo V2035 is set to hit the market soon and to add more fuel to the fire, it has been spotted on multiple certification sites including FCC listing and now Geekbench.
The device was spotted last month on the FCC (US Federal Communications Commission) website. The name of the handset isn’t known yet but the appearance on the FCC site suggests that the phone could be launched soon. Moreover, a sketch of the device was also leaked but it doesn’t offer any details except the fact that it’ll likely come with a square-shaped camera module at the rear.
Vivo V2035 appears on Geekbench with decent scores
Vivo’s upcoming smartphone V2035 was spotted on Geekbench with the motherboard listed as ‘Bengal’. This name is associated with Snapdragon 460 or Snapdragon 662, which could power the smartphone. Moreover, it is expected to come with 8GB of RAM and Android 11 OS out of the box.
The device managed to score 316 points in the single-core test while for the multi-core test it scored 1401.
The marketing name and other specs of the device are currently not official but more details are expected to surface soon.
Vivo V2035’s FCC listing leaked details on specs and features
The FCC listing of V2035 leaked some details about the upcoming phone. First of all, the device will not be called V2035 when it launches, it’ll have a marketing name, though it is still a mystery.
The listing suggested that the upcoming handset will come with a dual-SIM slot and support 4G LTE. The connectivity options are likely to include dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS/GLONASS. Moreover, it is expected to pack a 5,000mAh battery that’ll support 18W fast charging.
The FCC documents also revealed a vague sketch of the smartphone, which hints that it will have a square-shaped module at the top left corner of the device. Any information on the number of sensors and other specifications isn’t revealed yet.
Since the Vivo V2035 has appeared on first the FCC, and now Geekbench, more leaks, and appearances on certification sites are expected in the near future. That will give more clarity on what the device will be called and the specifications it will integrate.