Vivo's Upcoming V2354A, V2353A, and V2353DA Phones Receive 3C Certification in China

Chinese smartphone giant Vivo is gearing up to launch several new devices in the coming months. Following the recent announcement of the Vivo X Fold 3 series and Vivo Pad 3 Pro tablet, three new smartphones have received 3C certification in China, hinting at an imminent release.
Vivo T3 5G
image: Vivo T3 5G

Upcoming Vivo Phones Get Certified:

The newly certified phones boast the model numbers Vivo V2354A, V2353A, and V2353DA. All three are confirmed to be 5G-enabled and are expected to support up to 44W fast charging based on the included charger model (V4440L0A0-CN/V4440L0E0-CN). This suggests these phones will likely fall into the mid-range category, potentially belonging to Vivo's Y-series lineup. However, details regarding their processors, cameras, and other specifications remain unknown.
Vivo V2353A V2354A 3C Certification
Vivo V2353A, V2354A, and V2353DA - 3C Certification

iQOO Sub-Brand Prepares for a Busy Month:

Vivo's subsidiary, iQOO, is also prepping for a device launch spree. Reports suggest the brand will unveil a quartet of new gadgets in China this month, including the iQOO Z9x, Z9, Z9 Turbo smartphones, and the iQOO Pad 2 tablet. The Z9 series is rumored to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, Snapdragon 7 Gen 3, and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 3 chipsets, respectively, catering to a range of performance needs.

The iQOO Pad 2 tablet is said to be a rebranded version of the Vivo Pad 3 Pro, which boasts the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 processor. Additionally, Vivo is reportedly working on a phone powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, speculated to be part of the iQOO Neo 10 series.

More to Come from Vivo:

With these certifications and upcoming launches, Vivo is shaping up for a busy year. While specific details about the V2354A, V2353A, and V2353DA are yet to be revealed, these phones likely offer mid-range features with 5G connectivity and fast charging capabilities. Meanwhile, iQOO's device launches cater to various performance segments, with the Z9 series offering a range of Qualcomm processors and the iQOO Pad 2 potentially providing a powerful tablet option. Keep an eye out for further announcements from Vivo and iQOO in the coming weeks for a clearer picture of their upcoming offerings.