Vivo Z1 Lite with Snapdragon 626 and dual rear camera launched at Rs 11,500 approx.

Vivo has launch a new smartphone in China, which is dubbed as Vivo Z1 Lite. A toned down version of the Z1, which was launched with Snapdragon 660 earlier this year in the country. Unfortunately, no handset from the Z series has made its way to India. And probably it won’t from the looks of the existing series in India. Let’s talk about the specifications and price of the Vivo Z1 Lite.

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Vivo Z1 Lite specifications

Retails in three colour choices including Aurora purple, black and red colour options with gradient finishes, it offers a stylish look in the budget price range. As far as the display is concerned, it comes with a full-HD+ LCD notch-display. It sports a 19:9 aspect ratio.

The internals includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 processor paired with a 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Note that the storage can be expanded via microSD card slot up to 256GB. Talking about the camera department, it has a dual rear camera setup with 16MP + 2MP lenses. 

There is a support of LED flash. For selfies, it offers a 16MP shooter with f/2.0 aperture. Vivo claims it offers various shooting modes haven’t mentioned anything regarding the cameras being powered by AI. There is a rear mounted fingerprint sensor and facial recognition for biometric security. All this is powered by a 3260 mAh capacity battery. 

Also read: Vivo X23 with Snapdragon 670 SoC and 8GB of RAM arrives in a new ‘Star Version’ colour

If you’re reading this in China, would you be willing to buy this handset? And if you’re reading this in India, would you be interested in seeing this handset gets an official release in India. Drop your feedback in the comments section below.


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