A leaked poster appears to prove the Exynos 880-powered Vivo Y70s exists
Recently, the "vivo V2002A" surfaced on Geekbench 5 as a phone that apparently uses an unknown Exynos 880 processor. This device is currently believed to be called the Y70s, and is rumored to be a particularly affordable 5G phone thanks to its new SoC. A new leak may confirm these theories.
It comes in the form of an image that does indeed look like an authentic piece of pre-release hype. It shows the Vivo phone in question, affirming that its product name is indeed Y70s. The new poster also indicates the phone will have 8GB of RAM (which is backed up by its earlier leak) and 128GB of internal storage.
Furthermore, its leaker now also asserts that the new 880 processor is made up of 2 2.0GHz Cortex-A77 cores, 6 1.79GHz Cortex-A55s (which matches up with how it may be detected on Geekbench) and the Mali G76 CPU.
This new tip also apparently cites the possibly upcoming Y70s' price: 2198 yuan, or approximately US$308. However, what it does not spill is the increasingly interesting prospective mobile device's launch date.