vivo Y3s priced at INR 9,490 on launch, packs 5000mAh battery
- vivo Y3s price and launch: The new smartphone is priced at INR 9,490 and it will be available in three colour variants - Pearl White, Mint Green and Starry Blue.
Yet another phone has been launched during the ongoing festive season leading up to Diwali celebrations. The affordable vivo Y3s price on launch in India is INR 9,490. It is the latest addition to vivo's Y-series. The smartphone maker claims that the vivo Y3s delivers a lag-free smartphone experience through its various features. The vivo Y3s, 2GB+32GB storage variant (expandable up to 1TB) has been priced at INR 9,490. It is available in three colour options - Pearl White, Mint Green and Starry Blue. The phone is being sold on vivo India E-store, Amazon.in, Flipkart, Tata CLiQ, Paytm and other retail stores starting October 18, 2021.
“The vivo Y3s caters to the consumers who are on a look out for a device with a bigger battery and bigger display, all at an affordable price point,” said Nipun Marya, Director- Brand Strategy, vivo India.
vivo Y3s display
Vivo, in its statement, says that the vivo Y3s sports a 16.55cm (6.51” inch) Halo FullView Display with HD+ (1600×720) resolution, to provide a wide and immersive view for both videos and games. The display also filters out blue light to prevent eye strain. The vivo Y3s also has the iManager feature, which takes care of tasks such as cleaning up space or scanning for problems at night. vivo Y3s also comes with Face Access to unlock the phone.
vivo Y3s battery
The Y3s packs a massive 5000mAh battery and it is supported by AI power saving technology, which provides up to 19 hours of online HD movie streaming and 8 hours of resource-intensive gameplay.
vivo Y3s also has the Reverse Charging Technology feature and that means it can be used to charge other devices too.
vivo Y3s camera
The device comes with a 13MP main camera sensor and is powered by the Helio P35 processor and comes with the latest FunTouch OS 11.
vivo Y3s is manufactured at vivo's Greater Noida facility and sports the ‘Make in India' tag.
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