Vivo Y200i Emerges with China Telecom Listing; Design, Specs, and Prices Spilled

Usama Rasool

Vivo plans to expand its Y200 smartphone family by introducing the Vivo Y200i soon. The upcoming device, identified by model number V2354A, has popped up on China Telecom's website, providing a comprehensive overview of its design, specifications, and pricing. Have a look.

According to the telecom listing, Vivo Y200i boasts an immersive 6.72-inch display with 2408 x 1080 pixel resolution. While the exact display technology remains unconfirmed, it is speculated to be an LCD panel, aligning with its expected price range. 

With dimensions of 165.70 x 76.00 x 7.99mm and a weight of 199 grams, the device promises a comfortable grip for daily usage. Under the hood, the Y200i is powered by a Snapdragon 4 Gen 2 chip, representing an upgrade from its predecessor, the Y200. 

The latest Vivo 4G mobile offers three memory configurations: 8GB RAM with 256GB storage, 12GB RAM with 256GB storage, and a premium option with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage capacity. In the camera department, the Y200i features a dual-camera setup on the rear, headlined by a 50MP primary sensor, assisted by a 2MP sensor for depth mapping. 

For selfies and video calls, an 8MP front camera is provided. A robust 6000mAh battery ensures long-lasting usage with support for fast charging via the USB-C port. The device also includes standard connectivity options like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Geekbench and 3C certification listings further confirm the device's metrics, with impressive performance scores and 44W fast charging support, as revealed by the 3C certification. The Vivo Y200i is priced competitively, starting at ¥1799 (~PKR 69,000) for the base variant.

The price increases to ¥1899 (~PKR 73,000) for the 12GB+256GB version, and ¥1999 (~PKR 77,000) for the 12GB+512GB option. While an official launch date remains unannounced, the listing on the China Telecom website suggests that the device may debut soon.