Vivo Y200 Pro 5G Officially Confirmed To Launch In India On May 21

The smartphone brand Vivo was rumored to soon unveil the Vivo Y200 Pro smartphone as the device made its appearance on multiple certification websites- Bluetooth SIG, BIS with model number V2401 while on the Google Play console database, it was spotted with a different model number (V2303) which suggested that the device could be a rebranded version of Vivo V29e.

Vivo India has today officially announced that Vivo Y200 Pro 5G will be launching in India on 21 May.

The above teaser reveals that the upcoming smartphone will be arriving in a Green and Black color option. On the rear side, the device features a square camera module that houses dual camera sensors along with an LED flash. On the front, the device sports a curved display with a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera. As claimed by the brand, it will sport the slimmest 3D Curved display. The volume and power buttons are present on the right side of the smartphone.

If we talk about the specs, the Google Play Console website suggested that the smartphone might be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 SoC and equipped with Adreno 619 GPU. It was revealed to offer 8GB RAM and run on Android 14 OS.

The smartphone brand is also expected to tease some key features of the Vivo Y200 Pro 5G smartphone in the coming days.




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