The vivo S5, which debuted on 14 November, featured in an official poster announcing its model.
The image posted by vivo on the Chinese social network Weibo shows that the S5 is going to feature a punch-hole screen flanked by slim bezels and a fingerprint reader below, indicating that it is an OLED unit.
The S5 will have four cameras on the back, three of which will be placed with the LED flash in a diamond formation, while the fourth will be under the protruding plate.
Text above the cameras also reads “48 megapixel,” confirming previous phone reports arriving with a 48MP main camera.
The image also tells us that S5 is set to the right hand side with its power button and volume rocker.
Except for confirming the 48MP primary camera, vivo has not officially revealed any of the S5 specifications, but thanks to TENAA, we know it will come with the Snapdragon 712 SoC with up to 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage.
The screen will reach 6.44 “diagonally and have 1080p resolution, with the gap on the top-right corner containing a 32MP selfie sensor. An 8MP ultra-wide, 5MP depth and 2MP macro sensors will be connected to the 48MP main camera on the rear. The vivo S5 will come with a 4.010 mAh battery, but it is uncertain whether it will draw power from a microUSB or USB-C port.
We are exactly a week from the unveiling, so expect vivo in the days leading up to the official announcement to reveal some more features of the S5.