In China, debuted a new model – Vivo Y75. This is a Chinese, slightly modified version of the already known model Vivo V7.
In this smartphone, Vivo used a similar solution that we recently encountered in the Vivo Y79, which is also known as the Vivo V7 Plus on the Chinese market. The manufacturer has not made any changes to the Vivo Y75 specification, from the above model it differs only by weaker cameras.
Unlike the Vivo V7, the Vivo Y75 received a 13 megapixel main camera and a 16 megapixel front camera. The prototype boasts of 16 and 24 megapixel cameras. The rest of the data remains unchanged.
The Vivo Y75 has a 5.7-inch display with a ratio of 18: 9, HD + resolution, and an eight-core processor that is assisted by 4 GB of RAM. The smartphone has 32 GB of internal memory, but it boasts a separate slot for a microSD memory card and two nanoSIM cards. Now there are not so many devices that can boast of two slots, so for this emu a big plus.
What else can the Vivo Y75 boast of? How much does it cost?
The device receives power from a 3000 mAh battery, and the Android operating system is the Android 7.1 Nougage with a FunTouch 3.2 patch. The smartphone is equipped with a face recognition system, but also has a fingerprint scanner. The case of the smartphone has such sizes: 149,3×72,8×7,9 mm and it is offered in black, pink and gold color. The phone’s price is 1598 yuan, or 242 dollars. The price is slightly lower than the Vivo V7, which costs only $ 300, but has better cameras.