Vivo Y70s phone

Vivo launching the new member of Y series named Vivo Y70s, which is released in China, in June. Vivo Y series is known for its affordable price, and last month its X50 version was announced.

The Vivo Y70s comes with an exceptional processor because of the Exynos SoC, and its price falls under the $ 300 (22,999 INR). It is hard to grasp that Vivo is getting Exynos chipset and make this phone the most affordable 5G level smartphone. This footstep may flow in the next line-up Vivo phones as well.

Vivo Y70s Specifications Overview

Highlights

  1. Y70s has mild mid-range feeling in it, and thus it comes with an IPS LCD panel.
  2. In the hardware, it has Samsung Exynos 880 Soc with Mali-G76.
  3. A moderate triple camera board setup appears in the back, and the front has a very tiny pinhole selfie camera.
  4. It has a 4500 mAh battery with 18W wired fast charging.

Design, Display and Camera

It has the regular Y series plain design and that united with the triple cam board. It includes a 48 MP primary camera, 8 MP ultra-wide sensor, and 2 MP depth sensor camera for portrait and bokeh effects. As a trend, it has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, which works at fast speed.

Talking about the front screen, it comes 6.53 inches IPS LCD panel as the display, which has 16 MP pin-hole size selfie camera. It arrives with a high 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution and 395 PPI density range that enhances the colors and contrast of the screen and gives a sublime experience.

Memory and Internal

The phone expects to have two storage options in the Chinese variant — 6 GB of RAM with 128 GB of storage, besides 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Inside, the raw power of LPDDR4X memory and UFS 2.1 storage type supported behind the scenes. However, on the flip side, it didn’t have a secondary storage expansion option.

Vivo Y70s runs on Android 10 and has an intact Funtouch 10.0 user interface, which provides straightforward and easy to understand features. In the processing unit, an octa-core processor paired with Exynos 880 Soc and the graphics of the Mali-G76.