The Good And Bad Of The Vivo Y72

In terms of smartphones, only the Vivo Y72 can lay claim to being one of the most affordable smartphones in the industry today. At just over $300, this is a smart phone that is packed with features for any potential user at any price point. It also has all the same features found on high-end smartphones, which is what makes it so appealing. While it is not an “emulator” of any app on the Android Market, it does come as close as any other smartphone on the market today to doing so. If you need a smartphone that is powerful, yet affordable, then the Vivo Y 72 is a phone worth checking out.

Features The good thing about the Y 72 is that it comes with a lot of useful features, such as a 3.5mm jack, a single camera lens, expandable memory, a microSD slot, a notification centre, and Android apps compatibility. Despite this though, one of the things that this smartphone lacks compared to more expensive smartphones is a removable battery. It comes with a 1GB built-in, but users have reported vivo y72 slow buffering speeds, and even complete loss of data after using the handset for a couple of weeks. This may be due to the lack of support for the larger 2GB or so capacity microSD cards that most other smartphones use. This also makes the handset rather short-lived, as users would need to replace it much sooner.

Video camera The excellent video camera included in the Vivo Y 72 makes it a nice addition to the list of best smartphone cameras currently on the market. While it is not considered the best, it is certainly above average. It offers a steady picture and sound quality, and the ability to zoom in and out of the shot. However, users report that the problem with the camera’s auto focus is that it can sometimes produce photos with a soft edge, as the lens focuses the image slightly off to the right or left.

Video call On the other hand, the video calling ability of the five Y 72 could probably be described as poor. Users report that they frequently had trouble making calls using the phone, despite having paid a good amount for it. The lack of clarity on videos may be because of the lack of OIS (optical image processing chip) which is supposed to help reduce the effect of motion during video calls. In fact, it is hard to find any visible difference between the normal video call quality and the one obtained with the five Y 72, which means that users would need to be pretty careful about the video settings used while taking videos.

Mediatek dim density 700 review The body of the Y 72 has been compared to that of the iPhone 4s, which is to say that it is quite large. This, however, does not mean that the phone cannot be used properly. Most reviewers note that the phone does feel substantial, even though it is a bit on the large side. In fact, most users would find it comfortable to use.

Overall, the vivo 5g can be considered as a mid-ranger which falls somewhere between the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S. Users who are looking for phones that fall somewhere in between the iPhone and the HTC Evo Shift will find this one to be ideal. It has a powerful multimedia processor and comes with features that are not present in any other smartphone in its price range. However, users need to exercise caution when choosing the memory size of the device and the number of gigapixels it can support. The downside is that it is priced a little higher than its competitors.