At the beginning of 2022, it seems that Vivo is preparing to release many new smartphone variants globally. GSMArena itself noted that there have been 8 series throughout January, and the Vivo Y75 5G is the latest at the end of this month. This smartphone will be unveiled in India.
The existence of this smartphone itself has been predicted for a long time. The Vivo Y75 5G was initially discovered on the Geekbench site, carrying the V2142 Vivo codename. This smartphone carries 5G in a more affordable class, of course, it will attract a lot of attention. Vivo uses the same design for all its smartphone lines. Starting from the angle of the body which is made more assertive, including the camera module. It’s just that this smartphone is dominated by dark colors in that section. Complete with the text “triple camera”.
Vivo Y75 5G Specifications
Comes with a fingerprint-free plastic back body. This smartphone weighs 187 grams and is 8.25mm thick. You can choose the gradient color Glowing Galaxy or Starlight Black with a special glitter effect that makes it sparkle. In design and specifications, this smartphone is also almost the same as the Vivo Y55 5G.
On the front, there is a selfie camera with a waterdrop notch design. There is nothing special about this smartphone screen. Has a 6.58-inch screen size, standard refresh rate and has not used an AMOLED panel. So that the fingerprint sensor is pinned on the side body. What distinguishes the Vivo Y75 5G from the Y55 5G is the amount of megapixels on the front camera sensor, where the more expensive series is twice as high at 16MP. The RAM capacity is also twice as large at 8GB. You can still add 4G capacity via Extended RAM 2.0 technology.
Run The Latest UI
To bring 5G support to a more affordable class, Vivo entrusts MediaTek’s Dimensity 700 octa-core 7nm chipset. Coupled with 128GB of internal storage. If it’s still not enough, there is a microSD card slot with a capacity of up to 1TB. This smartphone will run FuntouchOS 12 complete with the latest widget design.
In the camera sector, the main sensor is 50MP and supports Eye autofocus. While the other two sensors are just a 2MP portrait and macro sensor. In addition to night mode, there is also a Dual View Video feature to record the same moment from two sides. Not yet supporting the NFC sensor, this smartphone is equipped with a 5000 mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging. Already officially on sale in India, this latest Vivo smartphone retails for INR21,990 or around $294.25.