Vivo Y3 released in China
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As expected from some detailed leaks, Vivo's latest smartphone release is the Y3. It may be a compelling option for those with the equivalent of around US$220 to spend on a new phone, as it has a triple camera. However, one shouldn't look for a OnePlus 7 Pro-esque set-up for this price: the camera in question is indeed a 13+8+2MP shooter. These are intended to handle standard, wide-angle and depth-sensing photography respectively.
The rest of the new Y3's specs are in line with indications from its TENAA certification. They include a 4GB/128GB RAM/storage configuration, a 720p display and a MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core SoC. The phone also supports microSD cards of up to 128GB in size.
The Vivo Y3's description also mention a 5000mAh battery; however, according to its certification, the capacity of this battery is more likely to be around 4880 in real life. Nevertheless, this is still impressive for a device in this tier. It is available now on JD.com, where customers can pick up a Y3 in either Ink Blue, Shadow Blue or the also-anticipated Peach Powder color for 1498 yuan (or ~US$217).
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