Two new Vivo phones with model numbers V1732BA and V1732BT have been seen on TENAA. Both phones share almost identical specs that put them in the mid-range category.
The Vivo V1732BA and V1732BT have 6.22-inch 1520 x 720 displays. That resolution translates into a 19:9 aspect ratio which means both phones have a notch.
They are both powered by a 2.0GHz octa-core processor paired with 3GB of RAM. Where they differ is in the amount of built-in storage. The Vivo V1732BA has 64GB of storage while the Vivo V1732BT has 32GB of storage space. You will be able to add extra storage to both models.
On the rear, there is a single camera on both phones. TENAA says it is a 13MP sensor while a 5MP sensor sits in front. They also have a 3180mAh battery and run Android 8.1 Oreo.
With respect to design, the Vivo V1732BA and the Vivo V1732BT have metal bodies with visible U-shaped antenna lines at the top and bottom. None of them packs a fingerprint scanner which isn’t surprising anymore. Vivo and its sister company, OPPO, have released a couple of phones this year without a fingerprint scanner. However, they all have face unlock which is what we expect for these two as well.
Both phones measure 155.06 x 75 x 7.77 mm and weigh 146.5g. TENAA says they will be available in gold but provided pictures are of a black variant.