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    Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones
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    Vivo makes many of its low-end and sometimes mid-range smartphones in the Y family. The company recently unveiled two other devices in this category, the Vivo Y76s and the Vivo Y15s. The Y76s smartphone has higher specifications and is equipped with fifth generation communications thanks to the Dimensity 810 chipset. In contrast, apart from the more powerful Y15s battery, the phone has lower overall specifications and lacks 5G technology. The Y76s is currently in the Chinese market, with Singapore as the first destination for the Y15s. However, the possibility of launching these two products in other markets in the near future will not be far from the mind. In the following, we will get more acquainted with the new Vivo smartphones. Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones Vivo Y76s

    The Vivo Y76s measures 7.79 x 75 x 163.84 mm and weighs 175 grams. In describing the back of the phone, the manufacturer mentions a design called micro-arc. The appearance of the camera lens on the back is also interesting in its kind and is designed in the form of CD rings. Y76s are available in White (Star Diamond White), Black (Starry Night Magic) and Blue (Galaxy Blue).

     Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones

    The 6.58-inch display of this phone has FHD + resolution (equivalent to 1080 2408 pixels) and is composed of acid panels. The screen aspect ratio is 20: 9 and covers 90.61% of the body surface. Without mentioning the approval of a specific company, Vivo emphasizes that a feature called Game Eye Protection 2.0, with a blue light filter, prevents damage to the user's eyes while playing. Needless to say, the 60Hz display upgrade rate and the 180Hz touch sampling rate have been announced. Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones

    Y76s uses the Dimensity 810 chipset (MediaTek product) for processing. Made of 6-nanometer lithography, the chip consists of two 2.4 GHz Cortex-A76 cores and six 2 GHz Cortex-A55 cores, and its Mali-G57 graphics processing unit. A 5-layer cooling system is also designed to reduce the heat of the chipset, which Vivo claims can reduce its temperature by up to 10 degrees Celsius.

    8 GB of RAM (LPDDR4x) is provided for this device, which can be added up to another 4 GB virtually using Memory Fusion 2.0 technology. Depending on the phone model, 128 or 256 GB of internal memory is also available to the user. This memory is UFS 2.2 and can be upgraded to another 1 terabyte using Micro Asudi.

    The Y76s optics department consists of two rear cameras and one front camera. The rectangular module on the back of the phone hosts a 50-megapixel main camera (with f/1.8 aperture) and a 2-megapixel macro camera (f/2.4). The main camera is equipped with autofocus and allows the user to zoom in up to 10x digitally on the subject. According to Vivo, thanks to the multi-frame noise reduction method, this camera captures good images in dark environments. Portrait mode, dynamic mode, professional mode, time-lapse photography, document photography, video and simultaneous shooting with front and rear cameras and 1080p video recording are other features of this camera set. Not to mention, an 8-megapixel (f/2.0) selfie camera is also located in the water drop notch at the top of the screen, which the manufacturer claims has up to 2x digital zoom. Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones

    The Y76s has a battery capacity of 4,100 mAh and supports 44-watt fast charge. According to Vivo, just 34 minutes of charging can increase battery life to 70%. This battery will last up to 26.6 days in 4G standby mode and up to 16 hours in 4G VoLTE call mode. It should be noted that due to the reverse charging support, using the OTG cable, this battery can be used to charge the batteries of other devices as well.

    The Y76s fingerprint sensor is located on the power button. In addition to the sensor, Face Wake can also be used to unlock the phone. The operating system is Android 11 and the proprietary user interface of OriginOS 1.0 has changed its appearance and features to some extent. It is not bad to know that Vivo has shown its durability and strength by referring to some tests performed on this device in the laboratory environment. These tests include: power button push-up test 150,000 times, volume rocker push-button test 70,000 times, USB cable removal and insertion test 6,000 times, and headphone removal and insertion test 6,500 times. The Y76s is a dual-SIM (nano-type) handset that supports both stand-alone (SA) and stand-alone (NSA) modes on the 5G network. Bluetooth 5.1, USB-C port, headphone jack and support for Galileo, Beidou, GLONASS, GPS and QZSS routers are the other communication options of this device.

     Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones

    As mentioned, the Vivo Y76s comes in two configurations. The 128GB version of the phone is priced at 1,799 Chinese yuan, which at current exchange rates is roughly equivalent to US $ 281. The 256GB version is priced at 1,999 yuan ($ 313). The exact date of entry into the market is not yet known, but Vivo is likely to try to bring it to the Chinese online sales festival on November 11 - known as Singles Day.

    Vivo Y15s

    The Vivo Y15s smartphone is made of plastic and the back cover has a three-dimensional design. This device is designed in dimensions equivalent to 8.28 75.2 163.96 mm and weighs 179 grams. The phone's 6.51-inch display - like the Y76s - is made of Alkyd, but its resolution has dropped to HD + (equivalent to 720 x 1600 pixels). Not to mention, the eye protection mode (via blue light filter) is also emphasized in the introduction of this product.

     Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones

    Vivo has relied on a weaker chip than MediaTek - the Helio P35 - to build the Y15s in a single configuration - with 3GB of RAM and 32 Gigabytes of internal memory - produced. It should be noted that if needed, 1 GB of internal memory space can be used with the device's RAM. Internal memory can also be expanded up to another 1 terabyte using microSD.

    Compared to the Y76s optics set, the number of cameras on the back of the Y15s has not changed, but the resolution of the main camera has been reduced to 13 megapixels (with an aperture of f/2.2). A 2 megapixel macro camera (f/2.4) also helps the main camera. Not to mention an 8-megapixel (f/2.0) selfie camera on the front of the device. According to the manufacturer, a feature called Selfie Softlight can increase the quality of selfies in the light environment. Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones

    The only advantage of the Y15s over the Y76s is its battery. The battery capacity of this phone is equal to 5,000 mAh, but the standard 10 watt charge does not matter. Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones

    The remarkable thing about the Y15s is that Android 11 installed on this phone is of the Go edition type. The phone's internal menu is based on the Funtouch OS 11.1 skin. Like the Y76s, it has a fingerprint sensor on the power button that Vivo claims can unlock the phone in just 0.23 seconds. In addition, Face Wake feature is enabled on this phone. Introducing Vivo Y76s and Y15s - the latest Vivo smartphones. Introducing this product, a feature called Multi-Turbo 3.0 has been mentioned. According to the manufacturer, this feature can optimize the gaming experience by optimizing the chipset cores and prioritizing CPU and internal memory (especially when there are many applications running in the background). </p> <p> Y15s is a dual-SIM nano phone. As mentioned in the introduction, this smartphone lacks fifth-generation connectivity and ultimately supports 4G. Unfortunately, we see the use of the old microUSB port in this phone. There is no word on support for the headphone jack. Bluetooth 5.0, GLONASS, Beidou, GPS and Galileo routers and OTG support are other communication features of this phone. </p> <p> </p> <img src=

    The Vivo Y15s smartphone comes in two colors: Mystic Blue and Wave Green. As mentioned earlier, the Y15s will be heading to Singapore first. Singaporean customers can now order the product through the Vivo website and the company's other retail partners in Singapore. The Y15s is priced at Singapore $ 179, which at current exchange rates is roughly $ 133.

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