Vivo Y78 Plus Emerges on TENAA Listing to Unveil 5000mAh Cell and Triple Camera Setup

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo Y78 plus is under R&D and will soon debut to replace the current Y77. The newcomer has surfaced on the web multiple times, either in leaks or certification listings. From recent developments, we've come to discover that Y78+ is assigned the model number V2271A. A TENNA listing for the same number has surfaced now.

TENAA, a certification agency in China, has flagged the Vivo Y78+ on its platform, indicating that the smartphone will soon be available in the Chinese market. Some key details about the phone from the listing are as follows.

The TENAA file quotes Y78 plus' battery size to be 4900mAh. Vivo is likely to round that figure to 5000mAh in advertising. It's a standard-sized cell serving most of the mid-range smartphones in the market.

The document also verified that the newcomer is imminent with three cameras on the back. However, the sensor inside the rear lens setup remains a mystery. Hardware information on such listings is usually vague; still, they indicate an imminent launch in respective origins. It's going to be a brand new addition to the Vivo price catalog.

To quote gossip around this device, Vivo Y78+ will likely limit its retail to China. Fans should expect the Vanilla Y78 option to go official for global markets. Apart from these early rumors, nothing interesting has surfaced regarding the phone specification, but we anticipate vital info and images will emerge online soon.

Extending today's news, Vivo Y11 2023 is in the works. It has surfaced in leaks with specifications and will soon go official. It offers an FHD+ display, an MTK processor, a 5000mAh cell, 4GB RAM, up to 128GB storage, 18W power delivery, and an Android 13 operating system right out of the gate. It will serve as an entry-level contender. There's little to know about Y11's and Y78+'s launch dates; we'll report them to you as soon as we get a hint.


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