At the beginning of this year, Vivo launched the Y31 smartphone. Now, the company is ready to debut the successor device— Vivo Y32. The phone was recently spotted on China’s 3C certification and now it has surfaced on TENAA. With these listings, we have some leaked details and designs with us.
Design-wise, the images dripped reveal that the Vivo Y32 will resemble the Vivo Y33s. The smartphone is following the trend by flaunting a flat right-angle frame. Vivo Y32 holds a U-Shaped Notch display from the sides which is rumored to support HD+ resolution. The lock screen button embedded with a fingerprint sensor is placed on the right side of the device.
The rear panel houses dual sensors inside a rectangle-shaped camera module. The LED light is placed underneath. The quality of camera lenses is kept a secret. However, it is confirmed to include an ultra-wide-angle lens apart from the primary snapper.
Before TENAA, Vivo Y32 was spotted on 3C Certification, revealing its charging capability. The smartphone will support 18W fast charging. The battery capacity is not disclosed though. Also, the certifications deny the 5G connectivity of the device. Herefore, we can say that it will draw power from a non-5G chipset like Helio G Series, Snapdragon 460, or Snapdragon 662.
The other details and official launch details are not yet confirmed by the company. But with all these leaks, the launch seems to be imminent.