Vivo V9 Youth with 6.3-inch 19:9 display and Snapdragon 450 SoC launched in India for Rs 18,990 (updated)

“The V9 Youth comes as a budget offering with a dual rear camera module”

[Update: April 20th, 2018]: The Vivo V9 Youth smartphone is available to buy via major brick and mortar stores across the country starting April 20th. The phone will also be sold via the brand’s e-store, Flipkart, Amazon India, and on Paytm mall from April 24th. 

Last month, Vivo launched its latest smartphone called the V9 in India. The notch-bearing phone arrived as a mid-ranger with a Snapdragon 626 SoC and Android Oreo. Now the company is bringing the Vivo V9 Youth in the country, which offers a design similar in the budget segment. According to the Mumbai-based independent mobile retailer Mahesh Telecom, the Vivo V9 Youth has already been launched in the country.

As per the source, the Vivo V9 Youth sports a 6.3-inch full HD+ display bearing an aspect ratio of 19:9. Powering the phone is a 1.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, aided by 4GB of RAM. The storage capacity on board is 32GB, which can be expected to be increased via a microSD card. Software-wise, the handset boots Funtouch OS 4.0, which is based on Android 8.1 Oreo.

The camera department on the Vivo V9 Youth includes a 16MP primary snapper at the rear, aided by a 2MP snapper. For selfies, the phone has been provided with a 16MP shooter. The smartphone also comes with Bokeh mode, AI Beauty, and AR Stickers features. The 4G-enabled smartphone is fuelled by a 3,260mAh battery, and comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.

As per the retailer, the Vivo V9 Youth has been priced at Rs 18,990. 

Akshay aka Techakko has been working with 91mobiles since 2012. Passionate about gadgets, he has a special interest in smartphones and games. The constant stream of news stories he writes is testament to his prowess as a human web crawler. A graduate in Computer Science, he dabbles as a game developer and competes in various gaming tournaments in his spare time. When he wants to take a break from the screen, he enjoys long rides on his Yamaha FZ-S.
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