It looks like the smartphone will soon be displayed in Malaysia, though, because Vivo's Malayisian correspondent has been continually tweeting the features of what looks to be the same phone since the beginning of March. This is in line with the launch prices of the Vivo V7 Plus past year.
Keeping in with this tradition, Vivo V9 has also been leaked.
The company has already confirmed the launch date for this smartphone for Indian market i.e. on March 27.
Earlier this month, Vivo's upcoming smartphone, Vivo V9 smartphone was spotted on Billboards in Indonesia.
The new Vivo V9 smartphone to come with a dual cameras at the back panel. This makes it the first phone from Vivo to have an 18:9 aspect ratio display with a notch. Though the last show shows the notch, it appears to be too blurry. There is also going to be a fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone but, due to the thin bezels on the front, the phone will not be having a scope for it on the front end as well. It seems to have a hybrid SIM card slot that will allow users to use either two SIM cards or a SIM card and a microSD card for additional storage.
The phone is also expected to come with a micro-USB port (in 2018 that seems like an anomaly). Though it is not clear, we can expect the camera to be accompanied by moonlight flash as seen on the Vivo V7 and V7+.
The volume control and power buttons are placed on the right side of the device, while the SIM card sits on the left. The Vivo V9 is believed to be priced around Rs. 25,000 in the country.
The Vivo V9 comes with 16MP main snapper at its rear and an 24MP front-facing selfie shooter.
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