Vivo Y75 is the latest offering in the mid-range segment from the company that went official in India. It comes in a single storage variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage and costs Rs 20,999. The device features two colours: Moonlight Shadow and Dancing Waves.
While the former is a traditional Black variant, the latter has a striking design that makes the device stand out from the competition. The back features glass and is anti-fingerprint coated; the Dancing Waves is undoubtedly what you should look forward to if you’re interested in getting one.
Vivo Y75 measures 7.41mm
The other reason to buy the device could be its slimmest form factor as it only weighs 7.41mm in thickness, the Dancing Waves model, in particular, and weighs 172 grams. The device comes with an AMOLED screen measuring 6.44-inches and in Full HD+ resolution on the front. Underneath, the Vivo Y75 is powered by the Helio G96 chipset from MediaTek. An additional virtual 4GB of RAM accompanies the 8GB built-in RAM option.
A 4050mAh battery powers the device supporting Vivo’s 44W FlashCharging via USB Type-C interface. The handset has Funtouch OS 12 running out of the box.
44MP Selfie Shooter
There is a 44MP selfie shooter, and a triple rear camera system is present in terms of optics—the 50MP acts as the primary sensor coupled with an 8MP wide-angle lens and a 2MP macro shooter. The rear cameras support Eye Autofocus, Night, Ultra-Wide Night, Super Macro, Bokeh Portrait, Portrait Filters, Bokeh Flare Portrait, and more. The front camera also has Autofocus, AI Extreme Night, Steadiface Selfie Video, Multi-Style Portrait, Double Exposure, Video Face Beauty, Dual-View Video, High resolution(44MP), Live Photo, and AR Stickers modes.
The connectivity options on the device include dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS and OTG support; there is an additional microSD card expansion as well, with a respective slot alongside Dual SIM.