Back in March, vivo introduced its S6 5G, a midrange 5G phone with a 6.44-inch AMOLED display, quad cameras and the Exynos 980 chipset at the helm. Now the manufacturer unveiled the nearly identical vivo G1 5G, targeted at government and enterprise clients.

The G1 5G offers a tweaked dual-domain system with separate work and personal environments that can house independent apps and content which in theory, eliminates the need to carry two phones.

vivo is also ready to further customize the phone’s interface based on the client’s needs with proprietary apps and other tweaks. Enterprise clients will be able to control software installation and updates as well as set options like disabling Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and camera access. Users will be able to switch between the two operating spaces with a simple click.

vivo G1 5G introduced in China as the enterprise edition of the S6 5G

The rest of the spec sheet is identical to the S6 5G with a quad-camera setup headline by a 48MP main shooter, a 4,500 mAh battery and dual-mode 5G connectivity.

The phone will boot a custom version of vivo’s Funtouch OS 10 based on Android 10. Retail price is set at CNY 3,500 ($495) and the phone will be offered in a single 8GB RAM and 128GB storage configuration.

Source (in Chinese) | Via

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