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Vivo rumored to announce Y3 and Y5 for the Indian market during IPL

11 March 2019 2

The South Korean giant Samsung unveiled two Galaxy M-lineup phones back in January. Both the phones were well appreciated due to the great value for the money. Last month the company unveiled three models of Galaxy A-series including Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50. All three phones are meant to target budget-conscious customers. With the expansion from Samsung in the budget-friendly segment, the competition is getting tougher and tougher.

To compete against Samsung budget-friendly smartphones the Chinese OEM Vivo is expanding their portfolio in the Indian market. The company is releasing new budget-friendly phones at regular interval. As per the latest report from 91mobiles the company is now gearing to unveil two new Y lineup phones in India. The upcoming phones are rumored to be Y3 and Y5.

Like other new mid-range phones from Vivo, both the upcoming phones will be priced aggressively. As per the report, the Vivo Y3 will be priced between INR 10,000 - INR 15,000 whereas the Y5 will be between INR 15,000 - INR 20,000.

Unfortunately, the hardware specs of both the phones are still in the dark. As far as the launch is a concern the device is expected to go official later this month during IPL season. Those who are unaware Vivo is the title sponsor of the IPL, that's why the chances are high the Y3 and Y5 could go official around that time.

We can expect more details regarding the Vivo Y3 and Y5 in the coming days. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.



Vivo rumored to announce Y3 and Y5 for the Indian market during IPL
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