Possible Vivo Y-series Smartphone Spotted on TENAA with Punch-hole Display, 4880mAh Battery

Vivo V1990A

An unannounced Vivo smartphone with model number V1990A has made a visit to TENAA today, which reveals almost all the specifications of the phone as well as its images. This is the first time we have been hearing about this mobile. The model number of the device and the specifications of the smartphone revealed on TENAA suggest that the Vivo V1990A could be an upcoming Y-series phone. That being said, we can’t say for sure if it is a Y-series device at the moment. Anyway, let us have a look at the details the listing of the Vivo V1990A on TENAA reveals.

Vivo V1990A Spotted on TENAA

According to the listing of the Vivo V1990A on TENAA, the smartphone has a 6.53-inch LCD with Full HD+ resolution. The smartphone has a 16MP + 8MP + 5MP triple camera setup at the rear and a 16MP camera at the front. There is an 8-core processor with a 2.3GHz base frequency and Android 9 Pie operating system onboard. The listing reveals that the Vivo V1990A has 4GB, 6GB, and 8GB RAM options and 64GB and 128GB storage options. The mobile has a 4880mAh battery with fast charging, a fingerprint scanner, and that the device weighs 204g and measures 162.39 x 77.33 x 8.85mm.

The images of the smartphone on the certification platform further reveal that the Vivo V1990A has a display with a punch-hole mounted to the top-left corner of the screen, a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, power and volume buttons to the right-hand side of the phone, an additional button to the left side of the mobile, the purpose of which is unknown at the moment, and a gradient color pattern on the back panel of the device. Hopefully, we will know more about the device as it makes its way to more certification platforms.

Which series do you think the Vivo V1990A belongs to? Do let us know in the comments section below.

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