Vivo has today launched the company’s entry-level mid-range smart phone in the country Vivo Y66, priced at INR 14,990. The company has announced the device to be made available in every offline and online retail outlet across the country. The smartphone has a familiar design, similar to the previously launched Vivo smartphones.
Vivo’s Y-series smartphone are quite those mid-range devices, with some of the spec sheet elements may stand among the entry level devices. Many of the recent devices in the series have gotten with the Vivo’s signature Moonlight Seflie cameras, which are perfectly marginalized for taking good selfies, as you can see in the V-series smartphones.
Vivo Y69 is the successor device to the Y66 (Read the review) smartphone launched back in earlier this year. The smartphone has just some minor upgrades from the preceding one, features a 5.5 inch HD display (1280 x 720 px resolution). MediaTek MT6570 Processor powers the device clocked at 1.5GHz. The smartphone has 3 gigs of RAM under the hood, coupled with 32GB of internal storage onboard.
As the Chinese manufacturer has done with every single smartphone of theirs, they have added a 16MP Moonlight Selfie camera on the front with a soft-glow flash, whereas the main camera module on the rear is just 13MP only. The smartphone has a 3000mAh battery pack boosted, runs FunTouchOS 3.1 based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The smartphone will be available at 14999 Rs in India, in two color variants – Champagne Gold and Matte Black.
Wow that was an unexpected release.
I feel like over priced. What do you think? Any plans to review?