The new Vivo Y75 is a Chinese phone that has decided to look for something very specific: selfies. And to enhance them decided to put a 16 megapixel camera in the front, in a very small top frame.
China does not tire us when it comes to bringing new, curious or simply different proposals. That Chinese brands have less to lose makes us find bolder designs, strange specs or bets in different ways. Something that benefits us, the users, when giving us more varieties to choose.
Vivo is one of those manufacturers that tries to get attention, although in fact it does not need it. BBK the company to which it belongs, is one of the largest producers of smartphones in the world. This does not prevent Vivo from continuing to take new devices after they started their international strategy a month ago.
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Live Y75, technical sheet and specifications
- 5.7 inch screen with resolution of 1440 x 720
- MediaTek Helio P23 Processor
- 4GB of RAM memory
- 32GB internal memory + microSD card slot
- Rear camera with 13 MPx and aperture f / 2.2
- 16 Mpx front and f / 2 aperture camera
- 3.000 mAh battery
- Android 7.1 Nougat
- Fingerprint reader, dual SIM and 4G / LTE
- 149.3 x 72.8 x 7.9 mm, 139 grams
- Black, gold and pink colors
The new Vivo Y75 stands out for several things. The first detail is the front camera, which is even better than the rear camera . The 16 megapixels with f / 2 aperture promise selfies and other photos with the quality front camera. Although it is also convenient to see the photographic sensor that they have decided to use for the occasion. We'll have to wait for the actual images to prove it.
Meanwhile, the front design is not too late. It does not become a design without pictures, but in the images there are side frames lost. In addition, the upper and lower cadres appear very reduced for the occasion. This work is appreciated in the design section to fill more front with screen.
In the middle of the reach and betting on the camera
Other specifications are fairly standard for the mid range. A MediaTek processor, 4 GB of RAM and enough internal memory. It's a shame the screen resolution which is greatly reduced to the 5.7 inches it owns. The battery seems to be missing a bit in the absence of optimization. And it would also be better if they had opted for Oreo from the start.
Finally, the price of the device is 1598 yuan, about 205 euros with the current exchange rate. At present, only availability in China has been announced, although it is unreasonable to think that it will reach the whole world in the coming weeks. The bad, we will always have the export from China.