Vivo Y100 is anticipated to make its debut very soon. The forthcoming offering has been uncovered in leaks as well as on certification websites. Now, the promotional materials for the Vivo Y100 have been made available by the publication The Tech Outlook. It shows several important specifications of the mobile device.
It has previously been announced that the back panel of the Vivo Y100 will be able to change colours. The rear panel incorporates two conventional camera rings, each of which houses three sensors. According to the marketing literature that was discovered to have been stolen, the smartphone will have an IP54 certification, making it resistant to dust and water. It will be available in a variety of colours, including Twilight Gold, Pacific Blue, and Metal Black. The thickness of the device will be 7.78 millimetres, and it will weigh 181 grammes.
It is speculated that the Vivo Y100 would sport a 6.38-inch AMOLED display with a waterdrop notch on the front of the device. It will support HDR10+ and have a refresh rate of 90 Hz. It will also have a peak brightness of 1,300 nits. The forthcoming smartphone will be equipped with a main sensor that has a resolution of 64 megapixels and capability for optical image stabilisation, in addition to two lenses that each have a resolution of 2 megapixels. The device will include a variety of options for both still photography and filmmaking.
According to recent rumours, the Vivo Y100 will be propelled by a processor manufactured by MediaTek and designated as the Dimensity 900. It will come with up to 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM as well as technology that provides 8GB of virtual RAM. The battery within the smartphone is rumoured to have a capacity of 4,500 mAh and offer support for quick charging at 44 watts. Out of the box, it will come preloaded with the most recent version of the company’s proprietary FunTouch OS 13.
According to the magazine, the Vivo Y100 will not be available for purchase until after the 15th of February. The launch date of this Vivo phone in Pakistan is yet not confirmed.