Vivo introduced the Vivo Y35 smartphone in August. A 5G version of the Y-series smartphone, the Vivo Y35 5G, may be coming soon from the company. Vivo smartphone V2230A was recently certified by TENAA. A Chinese tipster says that the Vivo V2230A will quickly come out on the market in China as the Vivo Y35 5G. Most essential details about the Vivo V2230A’s specifications may be found in its TENAA listing.
The Vivo Y35 will have a big display and a 13MP rear camera, according to the TENAA listing. The phone will have a 5000mAh battery, and it will be able to charge quickly with 18W. Let’s examine the Vivo Y35 5G specifications in more detail.
Specifications and Features
The 6.51-inch Vivo Y35 5G LCD screen will have an HD+ (720 x 1600 pixel) resolution. The 5G version of the Vivo Y35 has a better screen than the 4G version, which has a Full HD+ screen.
The TENAA listing shows that the Vivo Y35 5G will have a 5G-enabled processor with a peak frequency of 2.2GHz. Nothing regarding the device’s chipset was disclosed in the TENAA filing. For those who are unaware, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 CPU powers the Vivo Y35 (4G) model.
Camera and Battery
According to the TENAA database listing, the Vivo Y35 5G will have a dual-rear camera configuration. The primary camera will have a 13MP sensor, followed by a secondary camera with a 2MP sensor. The smartphone will have a 5MP camera for selfies and video calls.
According to the TENAA listing, a 5000mAh battery will power the Vivo Y35 5G. A 3C certification filing from earlier this year says that the next Y-series phone will have 18W fast charging. The forthcoming Vivo Y-series smartphone will have 164.05 75.6 8.15mm dimensions and weigh roughly 186 grams.
Operating system and memory storage
OriginOS, an Android 12-based operating system, will be pre-installed on the next Y-series smartphone. A side-mounted fingerprint scanner that may also serve as the power button will be present. According to the TENAA filing, the device will be available in four RAM capacities: 4GB, 6GB, 8GB, and 12GB. In contrast, the business will allow customers to select between 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB of storage.
Since the TENAA has given the device its seal of approval, we can probably anticipate that China will soon have access to it. The device’s availability in India and elsewhere has not yet been confirmed. We’ll let our readers know if the gadget appears on BIS or any other certification website.