The Vivo Y3, an entry-level phone with a triple camera, leaks out
A new series of leaks suggests that Vivo is preparing to release a new mid-to-lower-tier phone soon. Its listings on benchmarking and regulatory sites indicate that its model name is the V1901A (or occasionally V1901T); however, some rumors state that it will be called the Y3 at launch.
The V1901A's Geekbench entry states that it will have 4GB of RAM, run Android 9 (probably under FunTouch, Vivo's OS skin with the eternally off-putting name) and be powered by a quad-core 2.3GHz SoC. This corresponds somewhat to the specs of the MediaTek Helio P35 processor.
One leak in particular asserts the Vivo Y3 will come in a violently pink gradient called Peach Powder. However, its TENAA listings also suggest that it will also have a more sober blue as an option. This certification also specifies a 6.35-inch display and triple (13+8+2MP) rear cameras. There is also a 16MP selfie camera, although its manner of relating to the front panel (e.g. in a notch - or maybe even in a pop-up module) is impossible to define at present.
Therefore, it seems the putative Vivo Y3 may still make a decent mid-ranger. However, that display is let down by a 720x1544 resolution. In addition, it will have to make do with microUSB for charging and syncing, which at this stage is truly low-rent. Then again, the phone will also have up to 128GB in internal storage, and pack a large 4,880mAh battery: a common selling-point for a new budget phone these days.