Vivo is best known for its flashy Android phones, but it looks like the Chinese technology company is planning to launch a bigger device in the not-too-distant future: a trademark for the Vivo Pad registered with the European Union. Has been done. Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
As identified by GSMArena, the filing indicates Class 9 devices, which include categories such as PDAs and tablets. Otherwise, there’s very little real information here – just an indication that this device may be on the way.
This isn’t really a new rumor, as we’ve heard whispers on Vivo tablets for a while now, but it’s probably the most convincing proof of the device yet. The Vivo tablet that arrived in January was basically transferred, though it didn’t.
Not much information is currently available about the specs and features of this tablet. However, the TUV Rheinland certification reveals that the Vivo Pad will have a battery capacity of 8040 mAh. For your reference, the flagship Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 launched last year has a battery capacity of 8000mAh. The Vivo Pad may also be a flagship product.
Note, this is just a wild guess. But we think the first Vivo tablet that is the flagship class makes sense. What do you think tell us in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more such news.
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