Vivo Y17s smartphone spotted on NBTC certification website ahead of launch

Vivo’s Y series is going to get a new member in the upcoming days with the name of Vivo Y17s. This handset has also appeared on certification websites like EEC, Bluetooth SIG, BIS India, and TDRA certification websites. Now this smartphone has been spotted on the NBTC certification website by a tipster named Mukul Sharma with the model number V2310 confirming its moniker. Though the listing does not reveal anything but confirms its moniker and hints towards its near launch in the market.

Its earlier listing on certification websites has confirmed that this smartphone will be launched globally in different markets even in India evident by its recent listing on the BIS India certification website. This smartphone is confirmed to be a 4G phone and supports Bluetooth 5.0 while the rest of the features still remain under the wrap.

So if we were to extrapolate the available information, this smartphone following a similar trend to other Y series phones can come in lower mid-range with decent specs. This can be like a 4G phone that comes with a less powerful MediaTek processor and is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery. We expect this smartphone to appear on other certification websites also revealing some of the key specs before the company announces it. And for that stay tuned with The TechOutlook.

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