Vivo is said to be preparing to launch a new smartphone in the Chinese market very soon. While the name of the phone is yet to be revealed, it has recently received radio certification in China with the model number V2313A. And now the device has appeared in the database of the 3C (CCC) certification platform and revealed the charging capacity. Which suggests that it might be a mid-range phone. Let’s find out what information has come up so far about this unnamed smartphone.
Endorsement of Vivo V2313A Pale 3C
The listing of the Vivo V2313A on the China Compulsory Certification (3C) platform indicates that it will be a 5G-ready phone, which will come with a 44W fast charger. However, the final commercial name of V2313A was not mentioned. When the device was spotted on radio certification last month, it was speculated that it could be one of the Vivo X10 series smartphones. But now, looking at the device’s charging capabilities, it is speculated that it will most likely be a Y-series phone.
Let us inform you that a foldable handset called Vivo X Flip was launched in April this year. It enters the market as the brand’s first clamshell phone with a folding screen. X Flip supports 44W fast charging technology. As a result, the V2313A phone could be an updated version of this flip phone. However, no information about the existence of such a foldable device has surfaced yet. So, Vivo V2313A is most likely to be a Y-branded model.
Note that Vivo is working on several new devices for different markets. The brand recently launched the Vivo V29 5G phone with Snapdragon 778G processor in the European market. The device is expected to hit the Asian market soon. Meanwhile, Vivo is also said to be working on the upcoming Vivo X100 5G powered by the Dimensity 8-series chipset. In the Chinese market, Vivo is also rumored to unveil the Vivo Pad Air tablet in the near future. X100 and X100 Pro with Dimensity 9300 may debut in China in November this year. And the X100 Pro+ with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and the Vivo X Fold 3 foldable could hit the market in the first quarter of next year.