Vivo Y75s and Y83 2018 Midrange Smartphone Models, Revealed!

Chinese handset maker Vivo is truly on a roll these days.

The company has just released its Vivo Y71 lower midrange Android smartphone last month, April 2018, in key Asian markets -- and now, it appears that these two new affordable handsets will quickly follow suit.

Vivo Y75s

Vivo Y75s, shown above, looks a lot like Vivo V7+ from 2017 and even shares similar technical specifications -- apart from imaging capabilities.

This model sports a 5.99-inch HD+ 720 x 1440 pixels IPS display with tall 18:9 aspect ratio and rounded corners, a 13 MegaPixel rear cam with LED flash, 16 MegaPixel front camera for selfies, and a 3,225 mAh Li-Ion battery pack.

Inside its shell, this Dual SIM, 4G-enabled handset runs its FunTouch OS 3.2 skinned Android 7.1 Nougat operating system with an Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, has 4GB of RAM, and comes with 64GB of onboard storage that's expandable via microSD card slot.

The phone will be out in a number of colors, including Deep Blue, Champagne Gold, Red, and Matte Black.

No official word yet on its price -- but I'm guessing that it should fall in the range of PHP 13,000 to PHP 15,000 when it finally lands here.

Vivo Y75s

On the other hand, Vivo Y83 - which popped up in TENAA's list of upcoming handsets just a few hours ago, has a larger 6.22-inch HD+ 720 x 1520 pixels IPS display with 19:9 aspect ratio - hinting that it will have a notch, a 13 MegaPixel rear cam with LED flash, 8 MegaPixel selfie shooter in front, Dual SIM capability, 4G LTE support, and a 3,180 non-removable battery pack.

Under the hood, the device runs its FunTouch OS 4.0 customized Android 8.1 Oreo operating with a 2.2 GHz Octa Core processor that's complemented by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

Vivo Y83 will only be out in two colors: Black and Champagne Gold. Again, we've yet to hear about its official SRP -- but my guesstimate is that it will be in the range of PHP 12,000 to PHP 14,000 if and when it becomes available in the Philippines.

That's it for now! Stay tuned for updates!

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