Vivo Y200 Leaks with Training Material; 120Hz AMOLED & 44W Charging Expected

Sohail Akhtar

Following the recent unveiling of the Vivo T2 Pro, the company plans to continue the spree, with the Vivo Y200 being its next contender in the smartphone arena. A recent leak featuring the training material unveils a rough sketch of what the forthcoming Vivo Y200 holds in store for tech enthusiasts.

Courtesy of TheTechOutlook, the leaks reveal a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED Ultra Vision display on the Y200, boasting a fluid 120Hz refresh rate and 38 nuanced color temperature levels. The aesthetic appeal is dialed in with a 2D glass rear panel, while security and privacy duties fall on the under-display fingerprint scanner.

In the photography department, the Y200 shines, boasting a 64MP primary snapper with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and a complementary 2MP bokeh lens at the rear. Selfie fans will find the 16MP front camera handy for those impromptu photo sessions.

Under the hood, the Vivo Y200 draws power from the Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 chipset, paired with a hefty 16GB of RAM - 8GB inbuilt and an additional 8GB of Extended Virtual RAM. Further, the latest 4G Vivo mobile is packed with 128GB of onboard storage, all running on the Funtouch OS 13, based on Android 13.

The battery scenario looks promising, with a 4800mAh powerhouse supported by 44W fast charging for rapid top-ups. Despite its robust innards, the Y200 maintains a slender silhouette, measuring 7.69mm along the z-axis, and a lightweight frame of 190 grams.

The anticipation builds, yet the launch date and pricing remain a mystery. The leaked training material suggests that the reveal is on the horizon and approaching fast. The Vivo Y200 seems poised to offer a blend of elegance, performance, and utility, ushering excitement among the Vivo loyalists.


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