The Vivo Y55 4G trades 5G with the inclusion, in a medium-low range product, of an AMOLED FullHD display with 180 touch sampling, in the name of a device that boasts excellent autonomy among the tricks up its sleeve .
After 4 months from the launch of the 5G model, Vivo has announced in Vietnam the 4G version of the same device, albeit with different specifications, as the new Vivo Y55 4G, available for purchase in the black Black Star and white Snow White variants. .
Vivo Y55 4G has a body (160.80 x 73.79 x 8.42 mm, 182 grams) in polycarbonate, with a plastic side frame: in front, the chin appears thick, while at the top you can see the water drop notch. Otherwise, on the back, the device offers a double ring in a rectangular bumper, for the triple rear camera. Starting from the imaging, Vivo Y55 4G compensates for the lack of the latest mobile connectivity by integrating a 6.44-inch AMOLED display with integrated fingerprint, resolved in FullHD +, with 60 Hz refresh rate and 180 Hz touch sampling.
The selfiecamera reaches 16 megapixel (f / 2.0) while, on the coverback, the multi-camera offers a main sensor of 50 megapixel (f / 1.8, Super Night mode, double exposure, live photo, document scanning, panorama, Pro mode, electronic stabilization , slow motion, time-lapse), and two 2 megapixel sensors (f / 2.4), one for macro and one for depth.
Animated by Android 12 under the Funtouch OS 12 interface, the Vivo Y55 4G is powered by the Snapdragon 680 processor, supported by 8 GB of physical RAM, which can be added with 4 GB of virtual RAM, and 128 GB of storage, expandable via microSD ( + 1 TB). The battery, from 5,000 mAh, once fully charged in 28 minutes thanks to the 44W fast charge, ensures up to 10 hours of gaming at PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or 18 hours of videos played on YouTube.
For connections, the Vivo Y55 4G uses Dual SIM with 4G, GPS (Beidou, Glonass, Galileo, QZSS), dual band Wi-Fi, microUSB Type-C and Bluetooth 5.0. Currently, the price at which it is possible to buy the device locally is 6,990,000 Vietnamese dong, corresponding to approximately 287 euro.