Vivo is widely known in China and getting more and more attention internationally. Is is known for releasing very thin or even the thinnest devices in the world like the recently announced X5Max, devices with Hi-Fi audio features, great cameras etc.
This time around, the company is about to unveil yet another device in their portfolio – Y29.
As you can see from the above pictures of the device, which is yet to be officially released, it spots a dual glass sandwich construction, meaning that there is a glass panel on the front and the back of the device. We cannot see the device from the front, but we presume it will have the usual Vivo looks as it has on all the devices. Looking further to the device, the back features glass and the camera with the LED flash placement on the top left corner, which reminds us a little bit of inspiration by the Sony Xperia family devices. In addition, the device has aluminium frame going around, which always adds some premium look and feel.
All this beauty is packed in a very light (only 128g) and slim body (6.67mm).
As far as specs go, the Y29 appears to a be a midrange device. The smartphone is said to have 5 inches (only 720p) screen, which is fairly compact in size. What is more, the 64-bit Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM will be running the show along with the 16 GB of storage (information about the Micro SD card slot is not yet disclosed). In addition, there is a 13mp camera on the back and 5mp shooter on the front.
As usual to Vivo, the manufacturer adds the Hi-Fi audio goodies, which include Japanese AKM AK4375 embedded audio chip and other solutions to help your ears hear the joy.
We are not yet aware of the pricing and the availability of the device. Still, we expect it to come at the premium price tag and firstly released in China.