Vivo V2168A Specifications Tipped by TENAA Listing; May Come With Octa-Core SoC, Dual Cameras

Vivo V2168A has been spotted on the website of Chinese certification authority TENAA, which indicates that the company may be gearing up for the launch of the upcoming smartphone. A new handset bearing model number V2168A has been spotted on the website along with images and is said to feature an octa-core SoC paired with up to 6GB of RAM. This is the second Vivo smartphone to appear on TENAA recently. Vivo V2140A was also spotted on TENAA earlier this month.

The company has not yet made any official announcement about the Vivo V2168A smartphone. According to TENAA. listing on, Which was first seen By Gizmochina, the upcoming Vivo V2168A may sport a 2.1GHz octa-core SoC under the hood, which can be paired with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage.

Vivo V2168A has a 6.51-inch HD + (720×1,600 pixels) LCD display. The TENAA listing does not mention the refresh rate of the display. The Vivo V2168A is expected to sport a dual rear camera setup, which includes a 13-megapixel primary camera and a 2-megapixel secondary camera. According to the TENAA listing, the smartphone will be equipped with an 8-megapixel selfie camera.

On the connectivity front, the upcoming Vivo V2168A is expected to feature LTE connectivity along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The smartphone is also listed to come with a 4,910mAh battery, which charges over a USB Type-C port. The TENAA listing also reveals the dimensions of the smartphone, which measures 163.96×75.2×8.28mm and weighs 171 grams.

The certification website mentions two possible color options for the Vivo V2168A, which include a black option and a blue gradient color option. There was also Vivo V2140A Spotted on TENAA launched this month, and bears similar specifications except for the processor, which is tipped to be a 2.35GHz octa-core processor. Vivo is yet to officially announce any details about any of the smartphones, including their official names, but their appearance on TENAA suggests that they could be launched in China soon. .

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