Review of the Vivo Y72 5G Smartphone

With features like VoLTE, TFT LCD, Dual Shot Image Sensors, and Android interface, the Vivo Y72 5G is a fantastic phone. It’s definitely one of the best phones available in the markets right now. However, there are some features that aren’t so useful or even presentable on this handset. I’ll list down some of these things that you might want to consider before buying the Vivo Y 72 5G.

Connectivity Options on the Vivo Y 72 5G consists of Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB Type-C. The other options are only present in the unlocked version of the phone. Other notable Wi-Fi connectivity options include the Air Gesture and HID Ultra Thin Client. There are also Dual SIM cards with microSD slots. Other connectivity options that come with the phone include the usual wired connectivity like HCTEL COLEX, Orange Data, OTP, EDGE and TETRA.

On paper, the device comes with a great battery. It has a long charge life of about five to six hours. This, however, doesn’t do much good if the battery doesn’t last long enough. A quick look at the battery icon on the mobile app confirms this. The Vivo Y 72 comes with a fast charging vivo y72 5g battery, allowing it to last till the next day’s use when you need to make calls.

Despite the high-end camera, the Vivo Y 72 has some shortcomings when it comes to image quality. The main problem appears to be related to the auto-focus. The camera works quite well in other situations, but when you are taking pictures of people or objects in bright light, the auto-focus often does a poor job. The auto-focus sometimes fails to lock on to the target, resulting in photos looking fuzzy or over-exposed.

Another minor disappointment with this smartphone is that it lacks memory card slots for storing data. It comes with a storage device, but unfortunately it is just as cramped as the camera’s memory. The built-in memory card slot is perfect for connecting an Mp3 player, but it is limited to just holding audio files. The vivo y72 5g comes with an external memory card, but unfortunately it doesn’t have a slot for SD cards. A better option would have been to invest in a slot for Mp3 players.

This is one mid-range smartphone that does come with a unique selling point. The phone is powered by a rather large and impressive five mega pixel camera. The Vivo y 1972’s camera seems to be the step beyond the iPhone’s. However, it also lacks a headphone jack, like many devices in its price range. This makes the phone fall short of many buyers’ expectations.

The battery life of the Vivo y 72 5g is typical for a smartphone in this price range. It lasts four hours and 30 minutes on the screen-on time, which is about average. The brightness of the display is bright and clear, though it’s not as bright as you’d find on an iPhone. The battery also seems to drain quickly, but the brightness of the screen means this is probably something buyers will get used to. Other than the lack of a headphone jack, this smartphone has it all.

In the process of reviewing the Vivo Y 72, I was presented with three choices. First, there’s the Android operating system, which runs the gamut of Android versions from Jelly Bean to Kit Kat. Second, there’s the Sailfish OS, which is Sailfish’s custom Android interface. And third, there’s the Windows Mobile OS, which has a solid home on low-budget phones that are manufactured by companies that do not support Google’s mobile operating system.