Vivo introduced its latest smartphone Vivo Y72 in India today, 15 July. Its key technical specifications and pricing hint that it is bound to compete with existing Realme 8 Pro in the market. The Indian version of Vivo Y72 is quite different from its Thailand counterpart, which was launched in March this year. While the Thai version is backed by MediaTek’s Sharp Desire HD+ processor, the Indian version is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragonencers MSM8500 processor. The two smartphones are almost neck-to-neck in terms of features and the only difference that could be found on the outside is the presence of a Quick Charge port. They 72 also features a 16-mega-pixels camera lens that can take excellent photos and videos.
The price of the Vivo Y 72 is around Rs15,000 in India, which vivo y72 makes it one of the most expensive mobiles in the country. However, this is not the case in any other country in the world as the price of the smartphone is low in the developed world but high in the developing countries. The device has been launched by several Indian cellular network operators like Vodafone, ING, Reliance etc.
The main feature of the Vivo Y 72 is its ability to run on Windows mobile OS. Although, the manufacturer has chosen to include Android functionality in the device, the manufacturer has retained the option to use Windows in case you are not ready to shift to the new OS. On the other hand, if you wish to use Android in your device, you can buy an external flash drive and transfer all your data to your new handset using an SD card.
The Vivo Y72 has a very unique dual curved screen which gives it a unique advantage among mobiles. As compared to other smartphones, it has a very large bezel which contains a physical home button as well as stylus. The physical home button allows users to use the device without removing their finger from the display panel. The phone has an internal storage, which is expandable via microSD. There is a SIM tray present inside the handset that allows you to insert your SIM card and turn the device on.
There is no direct benefit of this handset apart from the amazing features mentioned above. However, the rear camera has the ability to capture high quality images but is quite expensive as compared to the front camera. The resolution of the rear camera is also not that good and hence images are not very sharp.
Another unique feature of the handset is the super night mode. This mode allows the user to turn off all the features like the camera, Bluetooth, GPS etc but still receive excellent reception with the signal strength of the antenna. This enables the user to make calls while using the dark mode. The memory of this handset is expandable and hence one can store more data. There is no direct benefit of this handset other than amazing features mentioned above.