Vivo Y28 (4G) has received FCC certification, launch is coming soon

Vivo Y28 (4G) has received FCC certification, launch is coming soon

Vivo is expected to introduce the Vivo Y28 (4G variant). Last month, Vivo Y28 with the model number V2352 appeared on the Bluetooth SIG and Indonesia Telecom certification sites. And now we have spotted the upcoming Y-series smartphone on the certification website of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

According to the FCC, the Vivo Y28 will be equipped with a 6,000 mAh battery. This is a typical battery capacity, and the minimum battery capacity will be 5,870 mAh. The battery model number is BA45 according to this listing.

The list also shows that the charger with the model number V4440L0A0-US was used for testing. This is a 44W fast charging adapter, which means that Vivo Y28 will support 44W fast charging.

The FCC listing of Vivo Y28 shows the firmware version of the device as PD2365F_EX_A_14.0.5.3.W30. This indicates that the phone will come with Android 14 preinstalled. In addition, it has been reported that the upcoming Y-series smartphone will support Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac/ax, Bluetooth, and LTE.

Other than that, nothing else is known about the Vivo Y28 in terms of specifications. However, we can expect to learn more about the upcoming device when it appears on other certification sites. So, stay tuned.


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