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Vivo Y17 leaked poster confirms triple rear cameras and fast charging

15 April 2019 2

From last few weeks, we had been hearing rumors that Vivo is gearing to announce another mid-range phone in India as Vivo V5. However, the latest exclusive report from 91mobiles reveals the upcoming Vivo phone will be dubbed as Y17 instead of Y5. The source report relies on the retail chain sources and also leaked the poster to authenticate the claim.

The leaked poster confirms the Y17 will have gradient blue variant. However, it is still not confirmed whether the Y17 will have glass rear or plastic body. The rear side is adorned with triple cameras aligned vertically on the top left corner with LED flashlight. The fingerprint scanner is on the rear side.

On the front-facing side, you will get dewdrop notch with thin bezels around the display. The teaser confirms one of the key selling aspects of Y17 will be triple AI cameras and also it will support fast charging. It is still in the dark whether the Y17 comes with USB-C port or rely on the Micro-USB. As far as pricing is a concern the device is rumored to cost INR 16,990. If the info is accurate the Y17 will be the cheapest triple AI camera phone in India.

As far as the launch is the concern it is still in the dark when Y17 will hit stores. We can expect more details will appear in the coming days. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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