Vivo Y31s 5G comes with Snapdragon 690!


Vivo's smartphone using 5G technology, the vivo Y31s 5G comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 processor. Affordable 5G phones are on the way.

Vivo is preparing to introduce its new smartphone family X60 series during the day. The company also continues to work on mid-range devices. The latest phone that the company has worked on in this field is Vivo Y31s 5G. The new smartphone has been published on the official website of China Telecom with all its features and images. At the same time, the more affordable version of the Y52s 5G, which was cut from the processor and camera features, was learned.



Vivo Y31s 5G specifications

Thanks to its 5G technical features, Vivo Y31s is exactly the kind to be positioned in the middle class. While it comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 on the processor side, it has a 6.58-inch LCD screen. In addition to the 48 MP main camera, it has a triple camera array as 13 MP and 2 MP. On the front, there is a front camera with 8 MP resolution with a water drop notch design. The battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh has 18W fast charging capacity. The phone now has a standard USB-C and 3.5 mm headphone jack. Phone $ 270The phone, which will come out with a price tag, attracts attention with its affordable price compared to5G device.




Not much information for the more affordable Y52s 5G

Vivo Y31s 5G will be available on December 31, 2020. For another smartphone Y52s 5G, there is not much we can specify yet. Only the information received is that some technical features will be reduced and the price will be kept more affordable. The reduced features will be from the processor and camera part. Still, the phone is expected to have 5G capability. China is one of the countries that made the 5G conversion early. The majority of new phones sold in the country have 5G capability. For this reason, affordable 5G products are very important for the Chinese market. Stay tuned for new developments on the subject ...
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