The NBTC certification website featured the Vivo V40 Pro

NBTC has certified Vivo’s Vivo V29e, Vivo T2 5G, X100 Series, Vivo V29 Series, and now Vivo’s V40 Series. The device was also spotted on the UK’s EE website earlier. Global spotting of the device is also possible. Both of these websites have spotted the Vivo V40 Pro with model number V2347.

People are speculating that the Vivo V40 Pro might be a rebranded Vivo S19 Pro. However, the listings have not revealed any other details about the Vivo smartphone. Furthermore, only the UK carrier EE’s website has revealed that the Vivo V40 Pro will be available with and without NFC, revealing that the series may come in two models.

Some rumors suggest that the Vivo V40 Pro will be the successor to the V30 Pro, with specifications similar to the S19 Pro and more advanced than those of the V30 Pro. As per some reports, the device may include a 6.78-inch AMOLED screen, a 120 Hz refresh rate, and 4500 nits of peak brightness. 

The device could feature a MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ chipset, accompanied by 16GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage. For the camera, the device may sport a 50 MP OIS-enabled Sony IMX921 main camera, an 8 MP ultra-wide sensor, a telephoto portrait sensor, and a 50 MP selfie camera. 

The device will also pack a 5,000 mAh battery, which supports 80W fast charging. The company will not reveal any official statement about the phone, but we hope that it will also get some special specifications before the launch.


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