Chinese smartphone company Vivo seems poised to introduce a new Y-Series smartphone to its diverse lineup of devices. The Y-Series of smartphones from Vivo lie just below that of the flagship X-Series of devices and offer flagship specifications and performance at a more affordable price bracket.
And the newest entry that we are about to get seems to be the Vivo Y100 which has just popped up on Geekbench, BIS and Google Play Console listing websites. The listings offer a look at some of the key specifications of the smartphone which include the OS, chipset as well as the RAM. It also appears that we have a vague look of the front of the smartphone as well.
Vivo Y100: Details Revealed in Geekbench, BIS and Google Play Console Listings
The Vivo Y100 listing on BIS or the Bureau of Indian Standards just confirms the model number (V2239) of the device and acts as an indicator for the device to launch in India soon.
Besides this the Vivo Y100 has also appeared on Geekbench which lists the smartphone with a MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC with the chipset model number of MT6877V/ZA. The octa core processor has a base frequency of 2.0GHz, with 6 cores clocked at 2.0GHz and 2 more at 2.4GHz. The Dimensity 900 has been used in previous Vivo smartphones including the Vivo V25 5G and the Vivo T1x. The smartphone will run on Android 13 out of the box and has a motherboard model of k6877v1_64_k419. The listing also reveals that the device will feature 7.37GB available RAM which means that it could have an 8GB RAM.
The Google Play Console listing corroborates some of the details that have been confirmed on the Geekbench listing and also reveals some new information. The Vivo Y100 will come with a 1080 x 2400 resolution display with 440 pixels per inch, which means that it will essentially have a 6-inch display. It will have an OpenGL version of 3.2. The listing also seems to give a mini view of the the front of the Vivo Y100 which seems to show a water-drop notch and a chin under the display. This could also be a stock image and not a real image of the smartphone hence take it with a pinch of salt.