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vivo Z1 Pro Features and vivo Z1 Pro key specs

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vivo Z1 Pro we thought to be a re-branded Z5x launched in China last month. But, while the Z5x is powered by Snapdragon 710 SoC, the Z1 Pro will come with Snapdragon 712 instead, making it the first smartphone in India to have this chipset.

Now, the 16MP selfie camera on the Z5x is also replaced with a 32MP unit on the Z1 Pro. However, it will retain the Z5x’s 5,000 mAh battery having 18W fast charging support.

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Meanwhile all of the specifications of the Z1 Pro are currently unavailable, but we assume they will be the same as the Z5x.

We will update you on Z1 Pro launch date and price cost later…

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