The Chinese smartphone maker Vivo today announced the launch of the Y50 device. Which was developed for the intermediary market and brings a design already used by some competing companies, as well as a more robust battery to ensure good autonomy in everyday life.
The cell phone was announced by the company on its Facebook page dedicated to the public of Cambodia, an Asian country that will be the first to market the device.
Vivo Y50 Design and cameras
His body has a 6.53-inch screen with FullHD + resolution, which allows quality visibility of the contents played on it. As the display has the ‘Ultra O “format, this means that it has a circular hole, which is located on the left side to house the camera that did not have its quality disclosed by the brand.
At the rear, the phone comes with four sensors, where the main one has 13 megapixels, the second one focused on ultra-wide-angle photos at 120 ° is 8 MP, the third and fourth have 2 MP and are dedicated to macro and mode images portrait, respectively. Still in the back, it comes with the physical-digital bed, being an important addition in the security part.
In terms of performance, the manufacturer is offering Qualcomm’s platform focused on intermediate devices. The Snapdragon 665 as the brain of this model. Together with this hardware, the phone also has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, which can be amplified via microSD card.
The autonomy is due to the 5,000 mAh battery, which has 18W fast charging technology, allowing the smartphone not to spend many hours in the socket to reach 100% charge.
Pricing and availability
The Vivo Y50 smartphone, as stated at the beginning of the story, is now available for purchase in Cambodia for US $ 250 ( Rs 19,000) in direct conversion) in blue and black colors, and can be purchased for that amount in the quick pre-order period. sale. The company will be sending the product from April 11 to buyers.