Vivo Y35 Soon to Launch in Pakistan; Semi-premium Loadout, Striking Design, Bang for the Buck

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo’s Pakistani portfolio is about to expand, with their latest mid-range daily driver, “Vivo Y35.” It’s the chain’s budget prince and has been stirring the global market for a while now. With its Paki debut underway, you can expect out-loud fanfare for Y35 alongside its sib Vivo Y22 4G.


For the highlighting part, Vivo Y35 flashes a striking design with a slightly raised cam-island housing its triple-lens setup. The rectangular platform is black-accented and shows off bold contrast with its default colorways; Dawn Gold and Agate Black. Metallic rims around the lenses are a bonus in that semi-luxury frame. 


Amid its top-shelf loadout, Y35 carries a 2.5D, 6.58-inch IPS panel spanning corner to corner with a V-notch melting into the screen. In addition to its Full HD+ resolution at 401 pixels per inch, it bears an 85% screen-to-body ratio, 90Hz refresh, and a peak of 550nits brightness.

Storage Configurations

Boosting its background app activity by up to 23%, a solid 8-gigs physical memory comes paired with virtually extended 8-gig RAM on Y35. The Vivo new Y model will likely bring inbuilt 128GB ROM, an extensive-enough room for years worth of memories. 

SoC, Battery, and Charging Speed

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor powers this device using eight cores running at 2.4GHz. Built on a 6nm node, it possesses integrated Adreno 610 graphics. Y35 has a 5000mAh cell pack energizing the whole package. A 44W brick provides this phone with a quick 70% top-up in 34 minutes (advertised).

Camera and Essentials

Under Y35’s V-shaped black bar lies a 16MP selfie shooter. Meanwhile, the rear-placed slots carry a 50MP primary, 2MP depth camera, and 2MP macro unit. Its frame seals score an IP54 dust and water-resistance rating. The power key doubles as a biometric sensor, and the right-angled bottom edge features a type-C port plus a 3.5mm Audio port.

Pricing & Availability

No word yet on the pricing but WhatMobile expects the handset to cost anywhere between Rs. 45,000 to 49,999 PKR. Comparing the Vivo Y21 mobile price in Pakistan with what it offered, you'll realize that it was the best seller for delivering that extra bang for the buck. The Vivo Y-series has a reputation for providing the best value for money and enthusiasts anticipate the same thing this time around.


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