The Chinese manufacturer Vivo is full of launches this week: after bringing the V19 smartphone to market, the company unveiled the Vivo Y50, which also arrives to operate in the intermediate segment.
Equipped with a 6.53 inch screen, the Y50 has Full HD + resolution and a hole in the upper left corner of the screen to accommodate the front camera, which has not revealed its capacity. To guarantee a more attractive price, the company chose to adopt a physical digital reader, which is present on the back of the device.
Vivo Y50 has a set of four rear cameras, with a 13 MP main sensor accompanied by 8 MP ultrawide solutions, 2 MP Macro and 2 MP for depth of field photos. Inside, the model features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor, accompanied by 8 GB of RAM.
According to Vivo, the cell phone will be sold with 128 GB of storage, with support for extra memory through a microSD standard memory card. The Y50’s battery is 5,000 mAh and supports 18W fast charging via USB-C. It is worth mentioning that the product has a dedicated headphone jack. The operating system is Android 10 equipped with the Funtouch modification, exclusive to the manufacturer’s devices.
Vivo will begin selling the Y50 in Cambodia on April 11 for $ 250, about R $ 1,310 in direct conversion to our currency. The company did not comment on the launch of the cell phone globally. However, as the company’s devices do not usually appear in Brazil, possibly the country’s consumers will only be able to get their hands on a device unit via import.