Since September, the Vivo Y16 has been scheduled for a worldwide launch. The phone has now arrived in Pakistan, almost at the end of its release cycle. Here is a summary of Y16’s details.
Starting with the Y16’s display with a slightly obtrusive V-notch, and it boasts a screen measuring 6.51 inches diagonally.
The screen’s visual quality won’t be sharp, despite how stunning it seems with its 2.5D curvature. It restricts the refresh rate to 60 Hz and the resolution to 720p.
The Vivo Y16 has an eye-catching appearance with its slab-like shape and two brilliant colors known as Drizzling Gold and Stellar Black. Two big lenses on a glossy accent make up its camera module.
The 13 MP f/2.2 (wide) primary sensor, the 2 MP f/2.4 (macro), and an LED flash are included in the manufacturer’s mid-range Vivo phone camera setup. Given its price, the sensor configuration of this product is not ideal. The maximum camera recording resolution is 1080p at 30 frames per second, and the front camera has a 5MP sensor for selfies.
It’s MTK Helio P35 SoC has average core characteristics, with four cores operating at 2.3 GHz and four at 1.8 GHz. In Pakistan, there are storage and RAM options ranging from 4GB to 64 GB. Due to the RAM’s limited capacity, Vivo adds up to 4GB of virtual memory to enable the simultaneous running of numerous apps in the background.
The Vivo Y16 has an on-the-side security biometric, an Android 12.0-based OS and a 5000mAh battery. At the time of her arrival in Pakistan, the model only had a 4+64GB pair. Retailers are charging Rs. 49,999 for it, while Vivo dealers are charging Rs. 48,200 for wholesale. The new device is only Rs. 5,000 more expensive than the Vivo Y22’s current retail price despite having inferior specifications.