Vivo Y30 Standard

Vivo Y30 Standard Review, Pros and Cons – Vivo recently introduced a feature-rich budget smartphone in China called Vivo Y30 Standard Edition. At first glance, we can see that it is a redesigned version of Y20. It costs USD 220 (approx. Rs. 15,999) and will arrive in India soon with two attractive color schemes – Aurora and Cloud Water Blue.

But the brand value is exceptional because there are many adjustments waiting for you. So, without further ado, let’s see what basically the Vivo Y30 Standard smartphone offers and is it worth buying.

Vivo Y30 Standard Review


  1. The 6.5 inches IPS LCD screen together with an attractive waterdrop notch style screen results in an incredible display.
  2. The high-resolution front and rear cameras will be useful for epic photos and sharp video recording.
  3. The side-mounted fingerprint sensor offers a very comfortable position.
  4. Multitasking is perfect thanks to the phenomenal Mediatek processor along with 6GB / 8GB of RAM and spacious internal memory.

Design and Display

The physical appearance of the Vivo Y30 Standard smartphone offers a shiny gradient pattern on the plastic back that looks luxurious and unique. It is thin and the weight distribution is remarkable, so it is comfortable to hold. The bezels and the waterdrop notch do not take up much space, and the fingerprint sensor on the right side is very accessible and responsive.

The Vivo Y30 standard edition comprises a huge 6.5 inches display panel using an IPS LCD screen, but one thing that is the disappointing user is the 720p HD resolution, which could be better. In addition, the phone features a dual SIM configuration in which you can choose which SIM will be used for data consummation. On the one hand, you will receive a glossy screen that offers a decent aspect ratio. In short, the screen is not too tall or small, it just follows the current trend. Check here the Y30 smartphone advantages and disadvantages.

Memory and Internal

Towards the internal specifications of the Vivo Y30 Standard, here Vivo has done a tremendous job by providing 6GB and 8GB of RAM and to store large games and captured videos, 128 GB of internal storage is provided, but there is no MicroSD support present.

To handle heavy tasks, the Mediatek Helio P35 processor is provided. As for games, the PowerVR GE8320 GPU is only satisfactory and is not intended for high-resolution games. The latest Funtouch 10.5 interface based on the Android 10 operating system on this phone will be at the same level as the user interface of other brands. There is nothing extraordinary about this processor and the average performance can be expected.

However, the processing bottleneck causes headaches, as they are unable to sust