Vivo officially teased the launch of Y200e smartphone in India

Vivo India is gearing up to launch a new handset in India named Y200e. This smartphone has already appeared on Bluetooth SIG, India’s BIS, and Google Play Console earlier. Now the company has officially teased the launch of the Y200e 5G smartphone in India. It will soon be launched though a date has not been announced.

Recently its specs were leaked by a famous tipster named Abhishek Yadav. Let’s get to know about it in detail.

Expected specs of Vivo Y200e smartphone

The smartphone can come with a 6.67-inch wide FHD+ Samsung AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. It can be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 chipset and can run Android 13 or 14 out of the box. In the camera department, the smartphone can boast a 50MP main camera with a 16MP camera on the rear side.

The front side of the smartphone can sport a 16MP selfie camera. It can be backed by a 5000 mAh battery that supports 44W fast charging. Additionally, the smartphone is also said to come with dual stereo speakers, in a display fingerprint sensor. The image of the specs sheet shared by the users shows the handset in two different colors one of which can be with a leather back.




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