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Vivo V15 Pro With 32-Megapixel Pop-Up Selfie Camera Teased in Official Video: Specifications

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Highlights

  • Vivo V15 Pro is teased to have an AI-powered triple rear camera setup
  • The phone appears to have a Blue colour option
  • Vivo is launching the V15 Pro on February 20

After a cryptic invite, Vivo has now officially started teasing the impending launch of the V15 Pro in India. The latest teaser, which appeared on YouTube, claims that the upcoming Vivo phone will debut with the world’s first 32-megapixel pop-up selfie camera. The teaser video also shows an artificial intelligence (AI) powered triple camera setup at the back of the V15 Pro. Additionally, Vivo has suggested a Blue colour variant through the teaser video with a gradient finish on top of the glass back. Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is hosting a press event on February 20 in the country, where it will be formally launching the V15 Pro.

The 18-second-long video teaser of the Vivo V15 Pro explicitly confirms its moniker and features the company’s brand ambassador Aamir Khan. The Bollywood star is seen using the upcoming handset and specifically using its front and rear camera sensors. The video gives a glimpse at the triple rear camera setup that apparently has AI support.

Vivo V15 Pro specifications (expected)

For selfies, the Vivo V15 Pro is already known to be featuring a pop-up selfie camera. But the new teaser video shows that there will be the world’s first 32-megapixel pop-up selfie camera. To recall, the Vivo Nex 34,529, which debuted as the company’s first phone with a pop-up selfie camera module last year, had an 8-megapixel sensor.

The formal teaser also shows that the Vivo V15 Pro will come with a gradient back panel that has a Blue colour paintjob. However, it is safe to expect that the handset will have multiple colour variants.

Vivo is officially launching the V15 Pro in India on February 20. The new phone could be the successor to the V11 Pro that was launched in India last year with a price tag of Rs. 25,990.

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