The Vivo Y31s smartphone went official last month in China as the world’s first phone with Snapdragon 480 chip. A product listing of the phone named Vivo Y31s Standard Edition has appeared on the website of China Telecom. It appears that it is a new chipset version of the original Y31s phone.
The model number of Vivo Y31s Standard Edition is V2068A, while the model number of Y31s is V2054A. Both handsets have identical design, which includes a teardrop notch display, a side-facing fingerprint scanner, and a square-shaped camera module with two cameras and an LED arranged in a triangular manner.
Vivo Y31s Standard Edition specifications
The Vivo Y31s came with Full HD+ resolution support, whereas the Vivo Y31s Standard Edition’s 6.51-inch screen offers HD+ resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels. The new device is powered by Dimensity 700. The SoC is mentioned with its MT6833 model number in the listing. Apart from these differences, the remaining specs of the Vivo Y31s Standard Edition resemble the Y31s.
Vivo Y31s Standard Edition images at China Telecom
The Vivo Y31s Standard Edition has an 8-megapixel front camera. Its rear camera setup has a 13-megapixel primary lens and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. The handset is packed with a 4,910mAh rated battery. Its typical size could be a 5,000mAh. The 3C listing of the phone revealed that it may support 18W charging. The handset boots to Android 11 OS.
The Vivo Y31s Standard Edition is expected to land in China in two options such as 4 GB RAM + 128 GB storage and 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage. Both variants are listed with price tags such as 1,499 Yuan (~$232) and 1,699 Yuan (~$262). The Vivo Y31s Standard Edition is likely to cost lower than the Vivo Y31s, which has a starting price of 1,499 Yuan. Hence, readers are requested to digest the pricing information of the Y31s Standard Edition with a grain of salt. Lastly, the listing claims that the device will be released in the Chinese markets on Feb. 27.
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