Vivo has started working on its new smartphone, which will launch as “Vivo Y75s” in the Indian market. The device is hovering around the corners and isn’t too far from being getting launched in India. It was previously spotted on 3C authority and TENAA certification. Now, hinting toward the launch, the device has now been spotted on the Google Play Console certification carrying the V2069BA model number.
Vivo Y75s listed on Google Play Console
An upcoming Vivo smartphone with the model number Vivo PD2059 aka Vivo Y75s has been listed on the Google Play Console certification. According to the certification, the device will be powered by a MediaTek MT6833V chipset paired with Mali G57 GPU and 8GB of RAM. If we decode the chipset name, it stands out to be nothing else than the MediaTek Dimensity 700 5G chipset.
The forthcoming smartphone will run of FunTouch OS based on Android 11. Yeah, you heard it right, Android 11. The Android 13 has been released officially and we don’t know why Vivo is still stuck to the outdated Android 11. Well, rumours say that it may have a 6.58-inches FHD+ IPS LCD panel with 1080*2408 pixel resolution with a classic waterdrop notch cutout and 16-megapixels front selfie snapper.
We anticipate the device to have a triple rear camera setup with a 50-megapixels primary lens, a 2-megapixels macro and a 2-megapixels depth-sensing lens. It may include a 5000mAh battery with the support for 18W fast wired charging. More details regarding the device will be unveiled soon.