Vivo might be more famous for its range of high-end phones, but they also make quite a collection of entry-level and mid-range beauties like the new Vivo Y29l.
In the past we didn’t really concern ourselves with Vivo’s lower cost phones as they all worked exclusively on China Mobile’s limited TD networks. Over the past few months though, Vivo have opened markets in other Asian markets with the most recent being India, where FDD equipped phones will be needed (those are the type we like to see).
According to the specifications the Vivo Y29L will be a mid-range phone with similar specs as the new Xiaomi Redmi 2, Snapdragon 410, Dual LTE, 1GB RAM, HD display, 2000mAh battery etc. There are some differences though such as support for up to 128GB SD cards, a 13 megapixel rear camera and Gorilla Glass panels both front and rear.
Pricing will also be higher than the affordable Redmi 2, but for users who want a lot more quality and better design, the Vivo could fit the bill.