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Vivo Y3 now official with triple rear cameras and 5,000mAh battery

18 May 2019 3

The Chinese giant smartphones manufacturer Vivo wraps off the cover from the mid-range Y3 in China. Being the budget-friendly option it comes with a polycarbonate body. The Y3 is featuring a 6.35-inches dewdrop LCD display with HD+ screen resolution of 720 x 1544 pixels. The display aspect ratio is 19.3:9 and screen-to-body ratio is 89%.

Under the hood, the MediaTek Octa-core P35 chipset is powering the phone with 4GB RAM. The base model has 64GB storage whereas the top-tier model has 128GB storage. Despite being a budget-friendly phone it comes with triple cameras on the rear side. The primary snapper is 13MP with f/2.2 aperture. The secondary snapper is an 8MP ultra wide-angle sensor with 120 degrees field of view. The third sensor on the rear is a 2MP depth-sensing module. Up front, the selfie snapper is 16MP with f/2.0 aperture.

The square-shaped fingerprint scanner is on the rear side in the center. It also has facial recognition as a secondary biometric option. A 5,000mAh battery cell is on board to keep its lights on. For connectivity, it comes with Micro-USB port and retains the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack. The Y3 measurements are 159.43 x 76.77 x 8.92 mm and weigh 190.5g. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie.

Do share your thoughts regarding the Vivo Y3 launch in China in the comments section below. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.


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