The Vivo T2 5G is expected to debut in China on 23rd May and then arrive in the Indian market (Via.@stufflistings). The smartphone could be a rebranded version of the Snapdragon 870 powered iQOO Neo6 SE, which debuted in China recently.
It appears Vivo is now planning to launch another T Series phone. Last year, Vivo launched its first-ever T series phone, T1 5G, powered by Snapdragon 778G in China. The brand launched Vivo T1 Pro, T1 5G and T1 44W this year in India. Now, the company is reportedly working on its next-in-line smartphone.
The brand recently confirmed that it would be releasing new smartphones dubbed as Vivo S15 and S15 Pro on 19th May in China. If the company plans to launch the Vivo T2 5G this month in China, an official affirmation may soon appear in the next few days.
Unfortunately, the smartphone’s specifications are still at large, but it is likely to be a 5G enabled handset.
Last year, the Vivo T1 series had launched in China, and recently it was launched in India. Now, Vivo T2 has recently appeared in the IMEI database. Vivo T2 is the successor to the Vivo T1 series.
We have been able to find Vivo T2 in the IMEI database. Unfortunately, we haven’t seen any news about this mobile phone.
Vivo released the Vivo T1 smartphone, equipped with a Snapdragon 778G processor and has two colours: electric light blue and Yaoying black.
Vivo T1 features a Snapdragon 778G processor, built-in 5000mAh battery, 44W flash charging, and surround dual stereo speakers. In addition, Vivo T1 has a 6.67-inch LCD screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, which is expected to be stronger than Vivo T2.