Vivo X Note will arrive with an extra large 7-inch OLED display

Vivo is rebranding its upcoming Nex 5 flagship as X Note. The phone will have an extra large 7-inch display and will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC.

While Samsung has officially ditched its Note phones which can be credited with making big screens fashionable, Vivo has reportedly rebranded its upcoming Nex series phone as the Vivo X Note, as revealed by an official store listing. in China. The Vivo X Note will be a high-end, large-screen phone and is expected to go official next month.

Specifications of the Vivo X Note

According to the listing, the upcoming Vivo X Note will have a 7-inch OLED display. Vivo would use Samsung’s E5 AMOLED panel with QHD+ resolution and a centered cutout. It is an LTPO display that supports dynamic refresh rate and was also used on the Vivo X70 series.

The 7-inch screen size used to be the demarcation between “phablets” and tablets. While it’s quite common for phones to have screens around 6.8 inches these days, very few actually hit the 7-inch mark. Samsung’s Fold series foldable phones, for example, typically include a 7.16-inch main display.

Under the screen, the phone uses a 3D ultrasonic fingerprint sensor for secure unlocking. Like most other high-end flagships of 2022, the Vivo X Note will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset paired with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage.

The main camera sensor is the 50MP Samsung S5KGN1, which has already been seen in some popular phones such as Vivo X70 Pro+ and Google Pixel 6 Pro. All of these high-end components will be powered by its 5,000mAh battery which also supports 80W fast charging.

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Availability Details

Vivo X Note is expected to go official in China in April 2022, but the exact date has yet to be confirmed. We expect details regarding global availability to be released on the launch date.

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