Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is set to launch the Vivo X27 smartphone in China on March 19. The Vivo X27 will share the stage with another smartphone, the Vivo S1. Ahead of the launch, the Vivo teased the X27 in a video on the social media platform Weibo.

Going by the video, the Vivo X27 seems to be a smartphone aimed at people conscious about smartphone design. The design of the smartphone is very similar to the recently launched V15 Pro. It carries forward the off-centre, vertically stacked rear camera module housed inside a black casing. It also has a pop-up motorised selfie camera. The teaser video also suggests that the smartphone will be available in a light pink colour variant.

Another picture posted by mobile website GSMArena shows that the presence of a wider pop-up camera on the X27 when compared to the V15 Pro.

The smartphone has previously shown up on a TENAA listing. The listing suggests the smartphone might be available with two chipsets— Qualcomm's Snapdragon 670 and Snapdragon 710 processors. These would be paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The listing also reveals the X27 will have a 6.39-inch Full-HD+ AMOLED display. As the renders show the absence of a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, it might be safe to assume it will come with an in-display one. Other specifications of the smartphone are still under speculation.

Coming to the Vivo S1, the smartphone comes as a surprise as no one was really expecting it. The specifications of the Vivo S1 have neither been teased nor completely leaked. GSMArena claims it will have a MediaTek Helio P70 chipset, 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. 

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