Vivo is already planning to release the Vivo T2 after introducing the first generation Vivo T1 a few months ago. The new smartphone is likely to debut in China on May 23 and will later hit other markets. Vivo has created a special page for a smartphone on its Chinese website and we can spot a triple rear camera. The main camera will also get optical image stabilization (OIS) support for sharper and more stable photos and videos. In terms of looks, the phone looks like a rebranding of the iQoo Neo 6 SE, which was launched in China earlier this month.

If the assumptions are correct, we can expect the Vivo T2 to be presented in three storage configurations. Its price in China starts from 1999 yuan (about 23,000 rupees) for 8 GB of RAM + 128 GB of memory, 2,299 yuan (about 26,500 rupees) for 8 GB of RAM + 256 GB of memory and 2,499 yuan (about 8 GB) RAM + 128 GB of memory) In India it would also be possible to evaluate it aggressively.

The Vivo T1 is currently sold in India at a price of Rs 14,999. The Vivo T1 Pro costs Rs 23,999.

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In terms of specifications, it can be expected that the Vivo T2 will come with a Snapdragon 870 SoC, a 64-megapixel camera with OIS and a 4700 mAh battery with support for fast charging Flash Charge 80 watts. We can also expect a 6.62-inch Full-HD + AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a 16-megapixel front camera.

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The iQoo Neo 6 SE also comes with 5G along with Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth v5.2, GPS / A-GPS, NFC and a USB Type-C port. The Vivo T2 can also come with similar connectivity options. As mentioned earlier, the smartphone will debut in China first, while specific details of India remain unclear. Meanwhile, iQoo Neo 6 5G is reportedly to be launched in India this month.

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