Taiwanese certification agency NCC has certified an upcoming Vivo smartphone bearing model number 1902. The NCC certification includes several images of the handset, revealing an impressive AI triple-camera setup on the back. While the marketing name of the Vivo 1902 has not been confirmed, the images seem to suggest it could be launched as the Vivo Y3.
Vivo 1902 Features AI Triple Rear Cameras, Waterdrop Display
The images published by Taiwan’s NCC confirm the Vivo 1902 will have triple rear cameras powered by several AI-backed features. A fingerprint sensor can also be seen on the back of the phone. On the front, we can see that the phone has a waterdrop notch at the top of the display. The design appears to be nearly identical to the Vivo Y3, which is rumored to be launched in China very soon. In addition to the smartphone’s design, the NCC certification confirms 128GB of internal storage and support for further expansion up to 256GB with a microSD card. The smartphone will be bundled with an 18W power adapter in the box.
According to a recent leak, the Vivo Y3 will come with a 6.35-inch IPS LCD display offering a slightly unusual 720 x 1544 HD+ resolution. Powering the Vivo Y3 is said to be a MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core chipset. The chipset will be clubbed with 4GB RAM. In terms of storage, the Vivo Y3 is tipped to be available in 64GB and 128GB versions.
As for the triple cameras on the back, the leak revealed the phone will have a 13MP + 8MP + 2MP setup at the rear. Since it is going to be a budget-friendly offering, we expect the secondary 8MP sensor to be an ultra-wide-angle snapper instead of telephoto. On the front of the handset will be an 8MP snapper for selfies as well as video calls.
As mentioned earlier, the Vivo Y3 is expected to be unveiled in China soon, possibly before the end of this month. As for pricing, rumors suggest the device could be priced at somewhere around CNY 1,400. It will be available in Peach Powder and Peacock Blue color options.