Vivo Y200 Pro is expected to launch in India soon. The handset hasn’t been officially announced yet, but rumors surrounding it have surfaced online recently. A report has already shared the price range of the alleged smartphone along with some of its key specifications. The phone has also been spotted on several certification websites. The Vivo Y200 Pro is expected to join the base Vivo Y200 and Vivo Y200e which are available for purchase in India.

The Vivo Y200 Pro is said to be priced under Rs. 25,000 in India, according to 91Mobiles report. It is claimed to be the phone with the thinnest 3D curved display in the segment. The report adds that the rumored phone is likely to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 SoC. The phone is said to offer a 120Hz refresh rate.

In the camera department, the Vivo Y200 Pro is expected to feature an anti-shake camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) support, as well as night photography and portrait enhancements. Recently listing of the phone at the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) with model number V2401 suggests an upcoming launch in India.

However, earlier this year in March, Vivo Y200 Pro was spotted on Google Play Console with model number V2303 which is related to Vivo V29e. The design and specifications leaked via the listing suggest that the Vivo Y200 Pro could be a rebadged version of the Vivo V29e. It is said to have 8GB of RAM and ships with Android 14 based OS.

Vivo V29e comes with Snapdragon 695 SoC, 5000mAh battery with 44W wired fast charging support, 6.78-inch 120Hz full-HD+ display, 64MP dual rear camera and 50MP selfie camera. Available in Artistic Blue and Artistic Red shades, the phone starts at Rs. 26,999 and Rs. 28,999 for the 8GB + 128GB and 8GB + 256GB options respectively.

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