Vivo Y75 5G Specifications Tipped via Bluetooth SIG, Geekbench Listings; Could Launch Soon

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Vivo Y75 5G has been noticed in a Bluetooth SIG certification in addition to on Geekbench benchmarking web site, suggesting that the telephone may launch quickly. Vivo has not shared any particulars concerning the Vivo Y75 5G mannequin nevertheless it seems to be a budget-friendly 5G providing. The telephone was beforehand noticed within the IMEI database with mannequin quantity V2060. The identical mannequin has now confirmed up within the alleged Bluetooth SIG and Geekbench itemizing. The telephone has been tipped to be powered by the Snapdragon 480 SoC.

Vivo may quickly launch a brand new 5G telephone beneath the moniker Vivo Y75 5G, as prompt by an IMEI itemizing, a Bluetooth SIG certification, and a Geekbench itemizing. The IMEI itemizing linked the mannequin quantity V2060 with the Vivo Y75 5G moniker and the mannequin quantity has now been noticed on Bluetooth SIG and Geekbench. Bluetooth SIG shows that the telephone will include Bluetooth v5.1 and the Geekbench listing suggests it might be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 SoC. The itemizing exhibits “holi” because the SoC title that’s believed to be the Snapdragon 480.

It additionally exhibits Vivo Y75 5G with 8GB RAM and Android 11. It received a single-core rating of 523 and a multi-core rating of 1,771, making it a budget-friendly providing from Vivo.

As of but, the corporate has not shared any info on Vivo Y75 5G. The Bluetooth SIG itemizing was first spotted by Gizmochina whereas the Geekbench itemizing was first spotted by Nashville Chatter. Each have been independently verified by Devices 360.

Again in 2017, Vivo launched the vanilla Vivo Y75 in China with a now-outdated design. Then in 2018, it launched the Vivo Y75s that was powered by the Snapdragon 450 SoC. It had just about the identical design as Vivo Y75. This time round, nevertheless, the corporate might replace the design to provide it a extra trendy look.


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