The most recent Vivo smartphone to arrive in Pakistan was the Y55. Vivo continually makes an effort to keep its brand memorable and fresh by releasing new smartphones on occasion. But occasionally they redesign the phone rather than creating it from fresh. With the new Y77e, the same thing is taking place here.
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Recently, Vivo revived the Y77 model as the Vivo Y77e. The only things that differ are the name, the CPU, and the cameras. Nothing else distinguishes them from one another. Here is a list of what is included in the new phone.
While the performance of the Y77e will be handled by the Dimensity 810 SoC, Vivo’s Y77 had a MediaTek Dimensity 930 chip. The difference that is highlighted is that. Three memory and storage combinations—6GB + 128GB, 8GB + 128GB, and 8GB + 256GB—are available with the Y77e.
On the front, there is a 6.58″ OLED panel that is a respectable size and has an FHD+ (or 1080 x 2408 pixels) resolution. The phone features a relatively low screen-to-body ratio of 90.6%. Although the screen has a 60Hz refresh rate, the 180Hz touch sampling rate makes the experience more engaging. The selfie camera is located at the front V-notch.
While not unimpressive, the design of the phone is comparable to that of Vivo’s Y77 when we turn it around. The rear cameras of the brand-new Y77e are housed under a rectangular plate that protrudes out. The volume button and fingerprint scanner protrude from the right edge of the new addition to the Vivo price list, which appears to have flattened edges and a unified design.
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The dual-lens camera of the Vivo Y77e is mediocre. The phone combines a 2MP macro unit with a 13MP main module. Selfies may be taken with the front-mounted 8MP camera. Both cameras can capture 1080p films at 30 frames per second.
The phone has a reliable 5000 mAh battery and runs Android 12 x Origin OS Ocean skin. To charge the cell, you receive support for 18W charging. Three colors—Crystal Black, Crystal Powder, and Summer Listening—will be used by Vivo to paint the Y77e.