Vivo Y70 Review, Pros and Cons – Vivo finally entered the European market, and the company debuts some of the flagship, mid-range, as well as entry-level smartphones for the UK, Spain, Germany, Poland, Italy, and France markets. Speaking of Vivo Y70, the phone is yet another mid-range Y-series product, which is relevant trendy features. The Vivo Y70 smartphone is more or less a downgrade version of the Y70s – launched in China about half a year ago.
Vivo includes the X51, Y20s, Y70s, and entry-level Y11s smartphones in the European market. Interestingly, it can be a good start for the company. The Y70 equips a very exclusive set of design and display features, which can be sufficient according to its intermediate-range tag. However, the expected price point of $325 (23,000 INR approximately) reaches the sweet spot. Now, moving on to the review, let’s understand the main key points of the Vivo Y70 smartphone.
Vivo Y70 Review
- The phone has a smooth mid-range feel with its AMOLED display panel covering up to 83% of the screen to body proportion.
- On the positive side, you will receive a Li-Po 4100 mAh battery supported by a 33W fast charging block.
- In terms of processing, the Snapdragon 665 chipset comes on the board.
- Vivo Y70 navigates the power with its 8GB RAM and 128 GB storage.
- As for the camera, the phone comprises a three-camera configuration, which includes 48MP as the main camera lens.
- customization comes through the Funtouch 11 UI based on Android 10 OS.
Display and Display
Nowadays, getting a stylish and robust smartphone has become difficult, although the Vivo Y70 smartphone gives new hope to users who want an elegant and slim design, but with the same old layout. As the Y70 is 7.8 mm thick, the weight gradually decreases to 171 g. In addition, Vivo also has a plastic appearance, but it is a shiny shape in which you can get the phone in the stylish color option Gravity Black and Oxygen Blue. Oxygen Blue has an elegant design, while Gravity Black adds a professional touch.
Moving on, the AMOLED features 6.44 inches display panel with precise brightness settings, that works very well in sunlight. In addition to being a stylish phone, there is no word on gorilla glass protection or any water/dust resistance on the Y70. Still, we can expect the phone to provide an impressive viewing experience with its extraordinary pixel density setting and FHD+ resolution.
Memory and Internal
The processing section is slightly lower than the standard that we expect from the phone, but the octa-core chipset engaging performance and takes things back to normal. In terms of benchmark scores, the Y70 ranks quite moderately, although the Snapdragon 665 SoC is still the budget-friendly choice that will run applications swiftly on the system. On the other hand, the extra touch of the impressive Adreno 610 graphic gives a subliminal feeling of gameplay, as well as expanding the animated section of the phone.
Undoubtedly, the phone arrives with Android 10 OS and the custom layers of the Funtouch 11 UI interface. With the Funtouch 11 settings, you can get the next level of customization, in addition to the dynamic range of customization available. You