The Vivo Y72 is a mid-budget Android smartphone which was launched in march of this year. It has a big 5000 mAH battery and runs on Android 7.1 Pie. Vivo states that the Vivo Y72 5G will deliver up to six hours of battery life on just a single charge, which is way more than previous claims made about other phones. However, does this claim to live up to the hype or was this phone designed to fail?
To find out, we have to first look at the design and build quality of this handset. On the outside the phone looks good, if not the best I have seen from this manufacturer. The black metal finish is tough and looks stunning. The front glass has been made with an aluminium frame, which blends in nicely with the rest of the build. The rear glass is also impressive as it curves around to prevent the phone from being bumpy.
One thing I find a little odd about the Vivo Y72 5G though is the lack of a headphone jack. At first it might seem like a big deal, but then again it’s not like the iPhone or Android phones which don’t come with headphones. I guess the manufacturer thought people would buy a phone with a bigger screen size, so instead opted for something with less functionality, like a camera. You can use the headphones provided by the Vivo Y 72 to listen to music or take pictures but the screen is just too small for viewing text. The build quality of this handset is quite impressive though and you would think that such a big display would mean that it would be bulky.
It comes with a generous amount of memory – my test model had four gigabytes of memory and this came without any storage options – meaning it will probably only be used for viewing images and videos. The other downside is that it doesn’t have a micro SD slot so you’ll have to buy a separate card if you want extra memory. It comes with an interesting media player but unfortunately isn’t designed vivo y72 5g to support high definition video. The video y 72 has a decent battery life but not as long as the Samsung Galaxy S which is one of the most popular handsets today.
You’ll notice immediately when using the Vivo Y 72 that it’s a lot lighter than the Motorola DROID which weighs 4.65 pounds. It also has a smaller screen size but is available in a variety of colours. If you’re looking for a phone that will act as a business phone as well as a standard smartphone then the Vivo Y 72 is perfect. The Android system on the phone is excellent. With a range of tools available to help you manage your apps and the unique funtouch keyboard you can use to access your files, the phone is perfect for anyone who needs a smart phone with a lot of power and functionality.
One of the best things about the Y 72’s power is that it comes preloaded with Google’s Android system. This means that not only will you get access to Google apps, YouTube, Google Maps and Gmail but you’ll also be able to use most of the other apps that are preinstalled. They 72’s power in particular is that it acts as a great general purpose camera. It takes fantastic quality pictures and even the low light modes included allow for amazing photo results. To top it off, the battery can last up to two days so you’ll never have to worry about being stranded on the motorway with a dead battery.
As well as the excellent software and power, the Vivo Y 72 also has some impressive video features. For example, the front facing video camera has an incredible feature where you can preview your videos directly on the phone. This means that no matter how many people you’re showing the video to, they can all enjoy watching the video at the same time. In addition, the 2-megapixel camera setup on the rear is perfect for taking high definition photos.
If you’re looking for a nice phone with plenty of wow factor, then the Vivo Y 72 could be the one for you. Not only does it have all the above mentioned features including the dual screen, but it also has fantastic build quality and looks great too. It’s really worth spending the extra for a premium phone like this if you want true value for money. As with most smartphones though, you should expect all the standard Google features with it. That being said, if you want something a little more cutting edge, then you might want to look elsewhere. However, the price difference between this handset and others like the Motorola Defy or the iPhone 3G isn’t massive so you should be able to find a nice mid budget smartphone with enough power and speed to suit your needs.