Vivo Y90 with 2GB RAM and 16GB Storage will Reportedly Launch Soon India, Price to Start at Rs 6,990

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Vivo, earlier today, launched its new budget segment handset the Z1 Pro in India with an attractive price tag. The company, however, has more devices in store for India. A recent report by 91 Mobiles talks about the possibility of the company coming up with a new handset called the Vivo Y90 in the next few days. As the case is with all Y-Series phones from Vivo, this one is expected to be a budget handset that could be priced under the INR 10,000 mark when it is finally made official by mid-July. 91 Mobiles goes on to add that they expect the base version of the phone to be priced at INR 6,990. Let us now take a closer look at this device

Vivo Y90 Specifications, Features

Since this is an unconfirmed report, we do not have complete details regarding the Vivo Y90. For example, we do not know how large the display is on the device. It is, however, safe to assume that the phone will feature a notched LCD panel with HD+ resolution which is typical of smartphones sold in this price segment. The base version of the phone will get 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. At this point, we do not know which SOC Vivo plans to use on the Y90. Moving on to the camera, the Vivo Y90 is expected to come with a single 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front facing camera that would be used for selfies and video calls.

Vivo Y90: The competition

The Vivo Y90, when launched, will face off against the likes of the Realme C2 and the Redmi 7 Series both of which offer decent performance in the sub-10k price segment. Redmi has also announced its intention to launch a new handset called the Redmi 7A tomorrow. This, however, is expected to be a pricier handset when compared to the existing Redmi 7 series.

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