The Vivo Y75 4G arrives on the market, a diversified version of the model introduced last January, with specifications that make it a selfie-phone with many advantages and a good launch price.
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Also in India, 4 months after the launch of the 5G model, the Vivo brand has launched a new variant of the Vivo Y75, this time only in 4G, with other differences in the relative technical data sheet.
Aesthetically, the Vivo Y75 4G (160.9 x 74.3 x 7.4 mm, for 172 grams) has a not very current design, given the presence of the “waterdrop” notch on the front at the top of the display, accompanied at the bottom by a thick chin, and the classic traffic light look for the triple rear camera. On the other hand, there is an “in-display” fingerprint scanner, that is, placed under the display, at the bottom. Moving on to the concrete hardware, the display is a 6.44-inch AMOLED panel, resolved in FullHD + (1080 × 2400), with 60 Hz refresh rate and 20: 9 aspect ratio: the selfiecamera, located in the aforementioned insert, It has 44 megapixels, with f / 2.0 aperture and even autofocus and Face Unlock: among its functions, Steadyface Selfie Video, AI Face Beauty Algorithm, Dual View Mode Vlogging, and Video Face Beauty stand out.
On the back, the multi-camera vertically aligns three sensors, with the main one at 50 megapixel / f / 1.8), the ultra-wide-angle one from 8 (f / 2.2), and the one for 2 megapixel macros (f / 2.4): the photographic application on-board is credited with support for advanced features including Eye Autofocus, AI Extreme Night, Bokeh Flare Portrait, Super Macro, Multi-Style Portrait, Ultra-Wide Night, Double Exposure, Multi-Style Portrait. The audio is Hi-RES certified.
The MediaTek Helio G96 octacore processor (2 GHz) and the Mali G57 MC2 GPU use, in the Vivo Y75 4G, 8 GB of RAM expandable virtually by another 4 GB (for a total of 12) and 128 GB of storage expandable via microSD, thanks to the hybrid slot for the Dual SIM (thus giving up a second phone card).
Ready for GPS, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi ac, via microUSB Type-C, the Vivo Y75 4G charges quickly (up to 65% in half an hour), at 44W, the 4,050 mAh battery: the chosen operating system is Android 12 under the proprietary interface Funtouch 12 (with Multi Turbo). Currently, it is possible to buy the device, in Moonlight Shadow black or Dawn Waves blue colors, at the launch price of 20,999 rupees (255 euros), which will then rise to 25,999 rupees (316 euros).