Vivo is reportedly working on a new smartphone known as Vivo Y31. The smartphone will be just another addition to its popular Y-series. Now, we have spotted that the smartphone on multiple certification websites that confirms the existence of Vivo Y31. The phone has been certified by the NBTC, which confirms the moniker. Furthermore, the handset has also cleared other certifications including India’s BIS, Singapore’s IMDA, and Russian’s EEC. Here’s what you need to know about the latest smartphone from Vivo.
Vivo Y31 clears multiple certifications
The Vivo Y31 has cleared the NBTC certification, which confirms that that phone will come with model number V2036. The certification also reveals that the handset will be a 4G smartphone. It also confirms the moniker Vivo Y31. Moving on, the smartphone is also spotted on India’s BIS certification. The listing reveals that the phone will come with model number V2036. Furthermore, there is one another smartphone with model number V2031, which is certified on the BIS website. The model number is meant for Vivo Y51s smartphone. This means that the company is planning to launch Vivo Y31 and Vivo Y51s phones in India soon. Moreover, the Russian EEC and Singapore IMDA certification reveals the same model number present in the NBTC certification. Here, you can check all the certifications here:
Meanwhile, Vivo is also planning to bring a successor to its Vivo V20 smartphone pretty soon. We recently spotted Vivo V20 (2021) on the Indonesia telecom. This is not the only certification the upcoming Vivo smartphone has bagged. Along with the Indonesia telecom certification website, we have also spotted it on BIS.
This is not it. Vivo is also working on its flagship X60 series. The company will launch three smartphones including Vivo X60, Vivo X60 Pro, and Vivo X60 Pro+. We also spotted the Vivo X60 series on the Chinese 3C certification. Three new Vivo models which have recently been certified – Vivo V2059A, V2047A, and V2046A. All three models will feature 33W fast charging (11Vdc, 3A Max) and could likely belong to the Vivo X60 series.