Vivo Y200 Steps out of Shadow with GPC Listing; Design and Specs Unveiled

Sohail Akhtar

The company’s next mid-tier sensation, the Vivo Y200, is turning heads even before its grand debut. With whispers, leaks, and teasers amping the buzz, the curtain has finally lifted a bit, revealing some exciting details. Alongside, we have a fresh certification cameo that's worth looking into.

Making a splash on the Google Play Console, the Vivo Y200 gets its official badge with the V2307 model number. While initial whispers gave us a sneak peek at the phone’s look, the scene's entirely in focus now. 

We've got crisp, high-quality renders on hand. A dynamic duo of cameras jazz up the Y200’s rear with a stylish Ring Aura LED flash. The design twist: the backplate curving elegantly at its fringes. Spin to the front, and there's a central punch-hole nestling the selfie cam, flanked by swanky curves on its edges.

Elevating the hype, Playbook revealed the latest 4G Vivo mobile's design and muscle via some leaked training documents. Amping the reveal, Vivo gave a sly nod to the device’s existence on X (the app we once called Twitter).

Dive into its core, and you will find a pulsing Qualcomm's Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 heart paired with a beefy 8GB RAM. While it strutted Android 11 on Google Play's stage, bets are on for a debut in Android 13, topped with FuntouchOS 13, since it is a 2023 device.

From the early rumors, we gather that the Vivo Y200 will flaunt a towering 6.67-inch AMOLED curved display. On the flip side, its lens game will be strong with a 64MP dual-cam setup wearing the OIS stabilization gear. The device will also feature a 4,800mAh power pack, 44W charging tech, and a stealthy in-screen fingerprint sensor.


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