The Chinese company vivo might be planning the launch of the NEX series, but midrange devices are also in the pipeline. The regulatory website TENAA just posted three new entries that suggest vivo is about to launch two new phones - a vivo V9 with 6 GB RAM and an affordable vivo Y device, likely called Y81.
The listings of the phones with model numbers V1732A and V1732T reveal likely a Helio P60 chipset with CPU, clocked at 2 GHz. The RAM is 3 GB, while the internal storage is 64 GB. There is only one camera on the back that is 8 MP (but reaches 13 MP with software enhancements), while the selfie cam is 5 MP.
With a size of 155 x 75 x 7.7 mm, the vivo V1732x weighs 146.5 grams. It lacks fingerprint scanner, so it will most likely arrive with the basic Face Unlock that Android offers. The screen is 6.22” in diagonal with a tall ratio which seems to be the default option nowadays. Battery capacity is listed as 3,180 mAh. Hopefully, the device will arrive soon, but we doubt it will make an appearance at the NEX event on June 12.