The Chinese company has recently unveiled the new Vivo Y12G, an entry level smartphone with a large 6.51 ″ HD + display and 5000mAh battery. Let’s see all the details
The new I live Y12G it has recently been available for the Indian market only, and is a device characterized by low-end components and an extremely low price. In fact, there is a SoC on board Qualcomm Snapdragon 439, 3GB of memory RAM and alone 32GB from ROM, the latter expandable via MicroSD as far as 256GB. A display from 6,51″ HD+ and a battery of 5000mAh. Interesting the implementation of Android 11 as an operating system with Vivo’s proprietary graphical interface, that is FunTouch OS 11.
Vivo Y12G: technical sheet
Under the body of this smartphone there are:
- Display: LCD IPS gives 6,51″ HD+ (720 x 1544p);
- CPU: SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 439;
- GPU: Adreno 505;
- RAM: 3GB;
- ROM: 32GB for internal storage expandable via slot MicroSD as far as 256GB;
- rear camera: main from 13MP, f / 1.8 lens + depth lens from 2MP, f / 2.4 optics;
- front camera: 8MP, f / 2.0 optics;
- connectivity: 4G LTE, fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm jack, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi;
- battery: 5000mAh with refill a 10W;
- dimensions: 164,4 x 76,3 x 7,4mm;
- weight: 191g;
- colors: Phantom Black e Glacier Blue;
- YOU: Android 11 with FunTouch OS 11 customization;
- Price: ~125€
Vivo Y12G: analysis
It is a phone that points to the essential since it is Snapdragon 439 together with 3GB from RAM they will certainly not be able to provide sufficient computing power for any context of use. Too bad for the screen too LCD IPS gives 6,51″ with resolution solo HD+ (720 x 1544p), but still suitable for viewing photos or streaming videos given the generous size. In terms of connectivity non the 5G modem is obviously present, so as to keep production costs as low as possible. Full support for 4G LTE networks in return they will be more than enough in terms of speed for downloading / uploading data or for satisfying web browsing.
The photographic sector makes use of 2 goals, the main one from 13MP and the depth sensor from 2MP. The photographic quality will certainly not be as good as that offered by more expensive smartphones, but considering the price of the phone you cannot expect more. The battery from 5000mAh should ensure theoretically almost 2 days autonomy considering that the SoC installed on the device is not particularly energy-intensive. At the moment it is not known whether the Vivo Y12G will also be released for the Italian market.
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