Vivo Y67, a new midranger from the manufacturer, spotted on TENAA
Even if we had earlier been in doubt about this one, it is more than sure that at this point, Vivo is working in the creation and launch of a new device and they would name this one the X9. Likewise, we have heard some interesting things about the device such as h fact that it would have four camera sensors in all – two on the back as we have started to see these days and a further two on the front, something that we have ever before seen implemented.
Another interesting leak is that it would have a Pro variant and since then, we are yet to get anything tangible as to a spec sheet to leak.
While that one may be enjoying the new attention that it has just found in the media, we now have news from TENAA where a lower end device from the same manufacturer has cleared the tables and we are thinking it is due for a launch soon.
Called the Y67, this device carries a 5.5 inch of screen that has 720p resolution and packs a 13MP rear camera coupled to a 16MP unit on the front, an obvious selfie-focused effort again.
Going further down the hood, there is the MediaTek MT6750 paired with 4GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 32GB. There is a 2930mAh battery supplying power to the Marshmallow 6.0 device and with an embedded fingerprint sensor, it wold be made available in colours of rose gold and champagne gold.
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