After teasing fans on social media for several days, Vivo officially released the Y55 4G in the Pakistani market. A mere 4 months have passed since the final member of the Y-series, the Vivo Y01, joined in March.
The aspirational mid-ranger was predicted to provide a powerful punch at an affordable price. And fortunately for us, it succeeds on both counts. Let’s examine some further specifications.
The brand-new Vivo Y55 4G comes equipped with a competent triple rear camera unit that combines a 50 MP wide lens with 2 MP each for a macro and depth sensor. Numerous shooting settings and automatic scene identification are features of this cutting-edge equipment.
On a rectangular tray separated into two rings at the frosted back, the shell is the camera lens. A 16 MP selfie camera is housed in a notch that protrudes from the screen.
A 6.4-inch Full HD AMOLED display covers the front of the Y55 4G with a typical 60 Hz refresh rate, a 100 percent DCI P3 color gamut, and a 180 Hz touch sampling rate. The Vivo Y model has thin side bezels, but the bottom chin is fairly broad.
In the Vivo Y55 is the Snapdragon 680 (6nm) CPU and Adreno 610 GPU. The phone will run thanks to 128GB of quick UFS 2.1 storage and up to 8GB of RAM quickly. It comes pre-installed with FunTouch OS 12, which runs on Android 12.
Massive 5,000 mAh battery power with 44W Flash charging that can charge the device from 0% to 50% in just 28 minutes. It has a premium in-hand feel because of its slim 160.80 x 73.79 x 8.42mm proportions and light 182g form factor.
Vivo gave the Y55’s design first priority by adding a subdued frosted texture that stands out from the competition. The selling price of the phone in Ice Dawn and Midnight Galaxy finishes is Rs. 49,999.