Vivo has included another handset model to its Y-series named the Vivo Y32.
This is the first-ever phone from Vivo to use the latest Snapdragon 680 processor, which will power mid-range devices like the upcoming Realme 9i and the Redmi Note 11 4G (worldwide variant).
Vivo Y32 launching in India with Snapdragon 680 and Dual Cameras
Further, the Vivo Y32 comes with dual rear cameras, a premium design along with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, and much more.
Vivo Y32 Features
The Vivo Y32 is having a 6.51-inch LCD panel with a screen resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels and a standard 60Hz refresh rate.
There will be a notch at the front to house the 8MP selfie camera sensor. The phone has a dual rear camera setup including a 13MP main lens along with a 2MP secondary sensor.
Concerning the software of this phone, the Vivo Y32 runs OriginOS based Android 11. It packs a 5,000 mAh battery unit with 18W fast charging support.
The Snapdragon 680 processor is paired with 8GB LPDDR4x RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 onboard storage expandable up to 1TB via a dedicated microSD card slot.
Vivo Y32 supports dual-SIM, 4G, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, a USB Type-C charging port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Vivo Y32 measures 164.26 x 76.08 x 8mm in dimensions and weighs 182gms.
Vivo Y32 Price & Availability
The Vivo Y32 will be available at a price tag of 16,745 INR (approximately) in China. The phone will be available in two color options, namely Harumi Blue and Foggy Night.
As of now, there are no details regarding the worldwide or global launch of the Vivo Y32.
The plus point of the handset is the SD680 chip. However, the missing 5G connectivity can be a downside.
Vivo Upcoming Gadgets
Vivo is also planning to launch the Vivo S12 series smartphones along with the Vivo Watch 2 by the end of next year, i.e. by December 2022.
The Vivo S12 series will comprise the standard S12 and the S12 Pro.
The specifications and pricing of the Vivo S12 were revealed via China Telecom’s listing recently, both these smartphones will come with dual-front cameras, MediaTek processors, 44W charging, and much more.
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