The upcoming Vivo Y32 phone with model number V2158A has received approval from the 3C authority of China. The listing suggests that it could be arriving with mid-range specs.
The Vivo Y32’s 3C listing reveals that it is a 4G LTE device. The listing further reveals that the device may ship with an 18W charger. Unfortunately, there is no information available on the other specs of the device.
As the moniker reveals, it will be arriving as the successor to the Vivo Y31, which debuted in January this year. The Y31 came with specs like a 6.58-inch LCD FHD+ display, FunTouch OS 11 based Android 11, Snapdragon 662, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, and a 5,000mAh battery with an 18W charger. It has a 16-megapixel front camera and a 48-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel triple camera unit.
In related news, Vivo phones with model numbers V2162A and V2163A have received TENAA certifications. These devices are rumored to debut as the Vivo S12 and Vivo S12 Pro this month in China. Both models have also been spotted at the 3C certification site with a 44W fast charger.
In addition, a Vivo phone with a V2164A model number has also appeared at 3C. It reveals that it is a 5G-ready mid-range phone that may carry support for 18W charging. Hopefully, this device will also launch before the end of this year in China.
Vivo is also reportedly working on the Vivo X80 series of smartphones for China. The lineup is expected to include three models such as Vivo X80, X80, and X80 Pro+. Like the predecessor X70 series, the X80 lineup is expected to offer a stellar photography experience. The Vivo NEX 5 is also rumored to launch in the near future. It is likely to arrive with top-notch flagship specs.