Smartphone brand vivo has yet again proven its dedication to technological innovation with its soon-to-launch vivo Y55. It will be the newest addition to the Y series family which has focused on providing the younger generation with a superior user experience.
The series has received great reviews so far and Y55 has garnered anticipation for the same reason. Let’s take a look at all that we know about Y55 so far.
The series was designed after careful consideration of the wants of its younger users with its features being engineered to keep up with the fast-paced lives of this generation. Youngsters are more tech-savvy and take into account what unique qualities a smartphone can offer to them.
The improvements in camera quality, battery life, processor, etc. were well-received and the Y series amassed positive reviews globally. But vivo has strived to enhance these features further and give its users only the best. The result of the same can already be seen in vivo Y55.
As per sources, vivo Y55 will sport 44W flash charging that will let you recharge your phone quickly. So if you’re getting late in the morning with your phone battery running low, vivo Y55’s flash charge technology will spare you the stress and charge the phone fast enough before you leave the house.
This, paired with the phone’s super-efficient processor, is a combination that will please customers.
Other leaks have revealed that vivo Y55 is going to run on Snapdragon 680, a processor powerful enough for the prolonged and heavy usage by youngsters.
The processer will help users breeze through multiple hours of streaming, gaming, working, etc. without a hitch.
While the 44W flash charge will charge the phone almost instantaneously, the 5,000mAh battery will ensure it doesn’t run out despite the heavy usage that the phone’s SDM680 processor allows.
All-in-all, Y55 seems to be carrying all promising features and we are excited for it to finally launch in Pakistan and globally soon. We will keep a keen eye for any more information we can get on the phone in the days leading up to its launch.