VIVO quietly launched another mid-range smartphone today – the VIVO Y70s . VIVO's latest offering is based on Samsung's new Exynos 880 chipset, which also offers 5G support for the VIVO Y70s. The phone looks generic on the front, but the company chose a vertical stripe pattern on the glossy real panel to give it a certain identity.
The VIVO Y70s features a 6.53-inch FHD + display with punch-hole design and a 4,500 mAh battery that supports 18 W quick charging. The triple rear camera setup includes a 48 megapixel main camera that supports 4K video recording. The fingerprint sensor is embedded in the recessed power button, but there is also support for unlocking the face.
VIVO Y70s specifications
|Display|| 6.53-inch FHD + (2340 x 1080) |
19.5: 9 aspect ratio
90.72% screen-to-body ratio
394 ppi pixel density
1500: 1 contrast ratio
|RAM||6 GB / 8 GB|
|memory  128 GB|
|rear view cameras|| 48 MP (F / 1.79) primary |
8 MP (F / 2.2) ultra wide
2 MP (F / 2.2) portrait
|front camera||16 MP (F / 2.0)|
|Battery|| 4,500 mAh |
18W dual-engine flash charge
|Software||Funtouch OS 10 (Android 10)|
|Dimensions  162.07 × 76.61 × 8.46 mm|
Price and availability of the VIVO Y70
The VIVO Y70 costs 1,998 yen (~ 280 USD) for the basic version with 6 GB + 128 GB, while the variant with 8 GB of RAM will reset you by 2,918 yen (~ $ 410). Pre-orders are now live and sales start on June 1st, but there is no word on availability in the international market.