Meet vivo’s newest addition to their Y smarphone series, the vivo Y22s
Committed to providing Filipinos with premium smartphone technology at affordable price points, vivo is once again set to introduce another incredible smartphone in its growing Y series lineup. Just this September, vivo unveiled three new models under their Y series–the vivo Y35, vivo Y16 and the vivo Y02s. Sustaining its momentum in the past month, vivo is adding a new smartphone to its Y series roster this October – the vivo Y22s.
But how will the vivo Y22s be different from its Y series siblings?
The vivo Y22s is believed to offer a new set of specs, including a rumored 16GB dynamic RAM and an even bigger storage of 128GB. If this is true, users can have a good amount of space to store and keep important files as well as install their favorite applications without putting a hole in their pockets (Now, there’s even more Korean dramas that you can save on your smartphone!). Another key feature to look out for is the vivo Y22s’ camera specs. It is not vivo if the camera system lacks amazing features.
Mobile photography innovator vivo is said to have packed the vivo Y22s with an impressive 50MP SuperNight camera. This means that even at an affordable price, users can already enjoy the impressive Super Night Camera Sensorand capture clear and vivid images even in low light settings. The vivo Y22s also hints to carry a 6nm energy-saving Qualcomm chip, a massive 5000mAh battery plus an 18W FastCharge capability that perfectly fits a full day of work and play enabling its user to achieve more just at the palm of their hands.
With this sneak peak of the vivo Y22s’ exciting features, consumers on the lookout for a new smartphone this month certainly have something good to look forward to. Make sure to watch out for more details and the vivo Y22s’ official availability announcement for a chance to score the best deals from vivo.
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