Photos show Vivo X30 smartphone with Samsung Exynos 980 soc

Photos of the Vivo X30 smartphone have emerged. This shows that the phone contains an Exynos 980-soc from Samsung. This octacore chip has an integrated 5G modem. The phone would be officially announced on December 16.

Images of the Vivo X30 appeared on China’s Weibo, GSMArena found. The images show that the phone has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The phone also contains an Exynos 980 soc from Samsung. This chip was announced in September and contains an integrated 5G modem for frequencies below 6GHz.

The soc has eight cores: two fast Cortex-A77 cores at 2.2GHz and six efficient Cortex-A55 cores with a clock speed of 1.8GHz. The soc is made on an 8nm process. The chip also supports Wi-Fi 6. Vivo is not the only smartphone manufacturer that uses Samsung chips in its smartphones. In addition to the South Korean manufacturer itself, Motorola also uses an Exynos soc in the One Vision and One Action.

The upcoming Vivo X30 will also be the first phone to run on Jovi OS. This will be the company’s new Android skin. Previously, Vivo phones ran on Funtouch OS. The version of Jovi OS shown in the images is based on Android 9. Vivo may not supply the X30 with Android 10, the most recent version of Google’s mobile operating system, at release. The Vivo X30 also features four rear cameras, including a primary 64-megapixel sensor and a telephoto camera. The selfie camera is incorporated in a hole in the OLED screen, as is a fingerprint scanner.

It is currently unknown how much the Vivo X30 will cost. It is also unknown whether the smartphone will be released in the Benelux. The phone is expected to be officially announced on December 16.