Vivo has recently launched its V27 lineup. Now the company is gearing up to unveil its next smartphone, the Vivo Y78+. Today the team at Pricebaba spotted the device on China’s TENAA certification website with the V2271A model number.
The listing reveals that the smartphone will have a 4,900mAh battery and triple rear camera. It is expected to be the successor of the Vivo Y77 which was launched in July last year.
According to rumours the Vivo Y78+ will only be available in China. The vanilla V78 is expected to make its way to the Indian shores. Apart from that we don’t have any information about the device. However we are expecting to get more details in the coming days.
On a similar note, Vivo is also working on the new 2023 Vivo Y11. According to our previous report the smartphone will launch in China by the end of this month (March). It will be released in the global market in April. The device will have a 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD display. Under the hood, it will draw power from the MediaTek chipset. However, there is no information on the exact name of the chipset.
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