The Vivo Y100, an upcoming smartphone from Vivo, is anticipated to be on sale after February 15th, 2023, and we have already published some of its marketing materials.The retail MOP for the new Vivo smartphone is now out. Less about it is below.
The Vivo Y100 Smartphone
According to the newly leaked papers, the next Vivo Y100 smartphone will have a MOP price of Rs. 24,999 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage option. Retail consumers would be able to acquire the gadget for the price, as well as receive a Rs. 1,500 rebate on specified bank transactions.
Customers will be able to receive the cashback through ICICI Bank’s credit card EMI, debit card EMI, and credit card transactions. The cashback, however, would not be available with the ICICI Bank and Amazon co-powered cards. The Rs. 1,500 reward is also available on EMI transactions made with OneCard.
Cashback is available on IDFC First Bank credit card and debit card EMI transactions. The cashback is also available on SBI credit card purchases claimed for a 6-month, 9-month, or 12-month period. Customers should also be aware that SBI transactions conducted through Pinelabs and Paytm will be subject to customer interest bearing (CIB).
Bank of Baroda, Federal Bank, AU Bank, Kotak Bank, Yes Bank, and HSBC Bank will also provide cashback on credit card EMI purchases to retail consumers.
In the case of SBI, the cashback would be credited after 180 days, whilst other banks will give the cashback after 90 days.
Customers should also check and confirm the EMI status of the relevant bank before proceeding with the transaction.
Retail consumers will also be able to get an interest subsidy for EMI transactions with terms of 9 or 12 months. Vivo will cover 4% of the interest, leaving consumers to bear the remainder. Interest subsidies will not be provided for EMI transactions with terms of 3 months or 6 months.
According to the HDFC Bank EMI scheme for February 2023, there will be 9|3, 8|2, 10|3, 7|1, 12|4, and 15|5 EMI schemes available. Retail clients will also be charged a 1.5% DBD levy for all programmes.
The monthly EMI for the 15|5 programme is the lowest, however clients must pay a down payment of Rs. 8,333. The down payment will be the smallest in the 7|1 plan, with consumers only need to make a down payment of Rs. 3,571 as well as a monthly EMI of Rs. 3,571.
EMI schemes of 8|2, 9|3, 7|1, 10|3, 9|2, 15|5, and 18|6 are available for the ICICI Bank Schemes of February 2023. Unlike the HDFC programme, retail clients who choose the 7|1 EMI scheme must pay a 2% DBD. They will only have to pay a DBD of 1.5% on all other plans.
The 18|6 programme has the lowest monthly EMI; consumers will only be required to make a down payment of Rs. 8,333 and a monthly EMI of Rs. 1,389. The down payment is minimal for the 7|1 scheme, and clients will only be required to make a down payment of Rs. 3,571 and a monthly EMI of the same amount, just like the HDFC schemes.
Additional information about the forthcoming Vivo Y100 smartphone is provided below.
The next Vivo Y100 smartphone will run the most recent FuntouchOS 13 custom user interface and be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 900 (6nm) processor, which has a main clock speed of 2.4 GHz.
The smartphone from Vivo also has an AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. The smartphone will also include a triple rear camera arrangement on the back that includes a 64MP OIS shake-resistant sensor.
The smartphone will offer a quick charging function of up to 44W and come with a backup battery of 4500 mAh.