Vivo Y67 Gets TENAA Certification: Metal Body, 4GB RAM in Tow

by Jed John 0

Vivo is clearly coasting home towards its 75 million phone sales target for the year, and what better way to do that than to release smartphones that cater for all the needs of its customers. The Chinese company released its X7 and X7 Plus flagships a couple of months back and it looks like the company is cooking up another cool looking smartphone right now. The device tagged Vivo Y67 recently got the nod from TENAA and as usual, the TENAA listing gifted us some of the specs and a couple of renders of the device.

The TENAA renders  depict the Vivo Y67with a design that makes it look like a high-end smartphone but is said to be a lower version of the X7 as shown by the processor and other specs listed.  The device sports an all-metal body design as well as a thin 7.55mm body.  The device is also listed to come with a front fingerprint sensor with fingerprint payment capability and would be available in rose gold, and champagne gold colors.

Although a lower version of the X7, the Vivo Y67 also features the same 16MP front-facing cameera sensor with front flash for beautiful selfies. The Vivo Y67 is also listed as packing a 13MP sensor at the rear. Further, the device sports a 5.5-inch TFT HD (720 pixels) display and is powered by an Octa-core MediaTek MTK MT 6750 chipset with a 4GB RAM aiding the processor. The device would run Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.

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The device is also listed as having a 32GB storage on board and a 3,000mAh battery to keep the lights on. In addition, the Y67 comes with 4G LTE, entire network support as well as dual SIM/ dual standby support and a host of network options.

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