Filipinos now, the Gen Z’s specifically, are deemed to be always on the go and have a fast-paced, dynamic lifestyle so a smartphone that can meet their needs is a must. From connecting with one another via all-in-one communication apps to browsing websites, playing games, listening to music, streaming movies and TV series, and checking emails, the gadgets they need should be able to perform a variety of functions well.
Gen Z’s are surely in for a treat as vivo is now gearing up to launch the newest addition to its Y series lineup this September! Designed to cater to the ever-changing demands of today’s digital users, the new vivo Y35 is bound to arrive and make quite an impact as quickly as a flash.
But what do we know so far?
With smartphones nowadays running many processes and applications in the background, battery consumption is definitely high, and draining it multiple times a day is common. Fast charging is one of the best innovations offered by modern-day technologies, and vivo seems to be a step ahead in this direction. The vivo Y35 is rumored to carry a 44W fast charge capability (not to mention the 5000mAh large battery capacity), which is a rarity for its contemporaries in the same price range.
Promising a smoother operation, the vivo Y35 is also expected to be launched equipped with a Snapdragon 680 processor. It is also rumored to be the first vivo Y product (the top in the industry!) to have a 8GB Extended RAM – this feature supports more active apps in the background and ensures you can always switch smoothly between apps without any lags. If this is true, then the vivo Y35 definitely is a strong smartphone contender that will surely deliver high performance and reduce the lagging of the device.
Apart from this, the images show that the vivo Y35 will be integrated with three rear cameras, including a 50MP main shooter.
In the design department, the vivo Y35 appears to be a looker too as consumers can choose between two stylish colorways: Dawn Gold and Agate Black. The Dawn gold is inspired by the dawn of the morning while the Agate Black is inspired by the change of light and shadow in the midnight sky.