Vivo U10 with Snapdragon 665 SoC and 5000mAh battery launched in India at Rs 8,990

Vivo has launched its new U Series handset in India today. The smartphone maker has introduced a new entry-level series for its consumers, starting at just Rs 8,990. It will ve available in two colours; Electric Blue and Thunder Black. This is an online exclusive smartphone series, which will be available on Amazon. The phone is dubbed as Vivo U10. Let’s talk about it below in details. 

Vivo U10 – Specifications

Vivo teases the large 5000mAh capacity battery, which is supported by an 18W fast charging technology. The brand claims that the 10 mins of charge will allow users to enjoy 1 hour of PUBG on its U10 smartphone. Note that Vivo claims that its battery comes with nine charging protection technology. 

Powered by a Snapdragon 665 AI engine processor, it is an Octa-core processor which clocks at 2.0 GHz. The storage and RAM variants are; 3GB + 32GB, 3GB + 64GB, and 4GB + 64GB. Vivo offers ultra game mode on its Funtouch OS based on Android 9. 

Vivo U10 Camera

Talking about the camera department, it has a triple rear camera setup including 13MP, 8MP, and 2MP sensors. Where 13MP is the primary sensor, 8MP is an ultra-wide-angle lens, and 2MP is the depth sensor for portrait shots. The selfie experience is powered by an 8MP sensor. As far as the biometric security is concerned, it has a fingerprint sensor on the rear and a Face Unlock feature.

Vivo U10 – Price in India 

The Vivo V10 price in India starts at Rs 8,990 for the 3GB + 32GB variant, while the 3GB + 64GB model will go for sale at Rs 9,990. If you want the 4GB + 64GB model, then you’d have to shell out Rs 10,990. The handset will go on sale starting September 29 on Amazon during Great Indian Festival sale. There will be a 10% instant discount for SBI credit and debit cardholders. Note that handset will be available on Vivo’s online store as well. 

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