Vivo V21 Pro and Vivo Y72 5G are each anticipated to launch this month and the Indian pricing for the 2 telephones have surfaced on-line forward of their launch. Vivo V21 Pro, because the title suggests, can be an upgraded model of the Vivo V21 that was launched in India in April. Vivo Y72 5G, alternatively, was launched in Thailand again in March. Vivo V21 Pro is anticipated to be priced below Rs. 33,000 and Vivo Y72 5G is might be priced below Rs. 23,000.
Vivo V21 Pro, Vivo Y72 5G value in India (anticipated)
According to a report by 91Mobiles in collaboration with tipster Yogesh, Vivo V21 Pro can be priced at Rs. 32,990 for the bottom mannequin. To recall, the vanilla Vivo V21 5G launched in India at Rs. 29,990 for the bottom 8GB + 128GB storage mannequin. Considering the worth for the usual variant, the worth for the Pro mannequin appears applicable.
Vivo Y72 5G might value Rs. 22,990 for the only real 8GB + 128GB storage mannequin. It was launched in Thailand at THB 9,999 (roughly Rs 23,300).
As per earlier leaks, Vivo V21 Pro is anticipated to launch in India by the top of July whereas Vivo Y72 5G is anticipated to be unveiled on July 15 in Dream Glow and Graphite Black colors. A poster for Vivo Y72 5G was not too long ago noticed displaying 5G help, 8GB + 4GB digital RAM, full-HD display with 90Hz refresh price, and a triple rear digital camera setup.
Interestingly, the design of the Vivo Y72 5G that was launched in Thailand and the one seen in the Indian poster are fairly completely different. Though the color choices appear to be the identical, the Thailand variant has a vertically aligned triple-rear digital camera setup whereas the Indian variant appears to sport a twin rear digital camera setup housed in a extra square-shaped digital camera module. Furthermore, the Thailand mannequin doesn’t function 90Hz refresh price as talked about in the leaked poster for the Indian mannequin.
Vivo has not formally shared any info on Vivo V21 Pro or Vivo Y72 5G but so this piece of info needs to be taken with a pinch of salt.
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