Online sources report that the Chinese company Vivo will soon expand its range of mid-range smartphones by announcing a new Y-series model.
The device is codenamed V2158A, and it will enter the commercial market under the name Y32. In terms of design, the novelty will be close to the Vivo Y33s smartphone, which debuted at the end of this summer.
It is reported that the Vivo Y32 will be designed to work in fourth generation networks (4G / LTE). Apparently, it will be based on one of the Helio family of MediaTek processors.
The website of the China Telecommunication Equipment Certification Authority (TENAA) has already appeared images of the upcoming novelty. The smartphone will receive a display with a small teardrop notch at the top for a single front camera. In the rear area there will be a triple camera with flash, enclosed in a rectangular area with rounded corners.
It is known that power will be provided by a rechargeable battery with support for 18-watt recharging, but its capacity has not been specified.
From the aforementioned Vivo Y33s model, the novelty can inherit a 6.58-inch Full HD + display, a Helio G80 chip and a 16-megapixel selfie camera.