Chinese smartphone maker Vivo has been pretty busy in the market lately with a couple of new releases, some of which were done unannounced. The company recently unveiled the Snapdragon 660-powered premium midranger- Vivo Z1 and while we were still savouring the beauty, the Vivo Y83 was launched quietly with a new Helio P22 chipset, the first device to feature such. Vivo seems to be on a drive to consolidate its grip on the mid-range market with the impending release of three more models. The models have just been certified by TENAA in China.
The models are identified with the model numbers Vivo V1732A, V1732T and V1801A0. The Vivo V1801A0 looks like a higher model than the other two. It comes with a dual rear camera setup and is believed to be the upcoming Vivo V9. The device is listed with a 6.26-inch TFT display with a resolution of 2280 x 1080p. It is powered by an unnamed processor with its CPU clocked at 2.2GHz. The device also packs a 3180mAh battery under its hood and will be available in Champagne Gold, Rose Gold, and Matte Black colours.
On the other hand, the Vivo V1732A and V1732T models have the same specs lineup and design which means they are likely the same device but perhaps different variants. The models could be variants of another Y-series model, likely the Y81. The listing reveals the presence of a processor with CPU clocked at 2GHz which is likely the Helio P60 chip. The RAM is 3 GB, while the internal storage is 64 GB. There is only one camera on the back that is 8 MP (but reaches 13 MP with software enhancements), while the selfie cam is 5 MP. The models do not have fingerprint scanners but pack a 6.22-inch display apiece. Both models are also listed to pack a battery capacity of 3,180 mAh.