Vivo has released many handsets this year, and it doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
The phone manufacturer has now launched another phone in its budget-friendly “Y” lineup. Dubbed the Vivo Y1s, the smartphone has been equipped with an entry segment MediaTek Helio P35 SoC. The device is also said to pack some of the best features. Here is what you need to know.
Vivo Y1s Specs and Features
The Vivo Y1s is confirmed to sport an IPS LCD panel of 6.22-inch. The device also has an HD+ resolution and a waterdrop notch that houses the selfie camera. Speaking of optics, Vivo Y1s has a single camera with a 13MP main sensor at its rear panel.
Furthermore, the smartphone has a 5MP sensor for video calling and selfies inside the sleek waterdrop notch. Under the hood, the Vivo Y1s houses a MediaTek Helio P35 SoC. The handset is launched in a single 2GB RAM and 32GB storage configuration and comes with expandable storage support.
Coming to the software, the Vivo Y1s runs on Android 10 OS topped with Funtouch OS 10.5 UI. The smartphone has been released with a powerful 4,500mAh battery, but no fast charging support.
Vivo Y1s Price Tag and Availability
The Vivo Y1s has been confirmed to arrive with a price tag of Rs. 8.175 on Indian markets, which is around $109. The smartphone has been launched in two different color shades, including Aurora Blue and Olive Black.
Vivo has been proactively renewing its budget and mid-range handset series and has already confirmed many other devices. The company is currently one of the best ones when it comes to bringing the most suitable budget-friendly smartphones.
The Vivo Y1s is a great smartphone even if it packs some entry-level hardware. Tasks such as web surfing, calling, messaging, imaging, and more should be done flawlessly with this handset.
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