Vivo Z6 5G Goes Official with SD 765G and $314 Price Tag


Vivo Z6 5G

Vivo has finally launched its next budget smartphone under its popular Z lineup. This time we’re looking at Vivo Z6 5G smartphone. As the name suggests, the phone comes with 5G  connectivity support as well. With this device, the Chinese company is bringing 5G phones at a much affordable price tag. Well, here is everything you need to know about the device from specifications to price.

Vivo Z6 5G: Price, Availability

Vivo Z6 5G comes in two different storage variants – 6GB+128GB and 8GB+128GB options. In terms of color options, the device is available in Aurora Black, Silver and Ice Blue variant. The base variant of the device will set you back RMB 2,198 (i.e. roughly $314) while the top model is priced at RMB 2,598  (i.e. roughly $371).

Coming to the availability, the phone is up for pre-orders in China starting from today i.e. February 29. As a part of the promotional offer, those who will pre-order the device will be entitled to get RMB 100 discount along with VIvo XE900 earphones for free. Vivo Z6 5G will start shipping from March 8th in the country.

Specs, Features

Vivo Z6 5G

Talking about the specifications, Vivo Z6 5G is equipped with a 6.57-inch display panel with 1080×2080 pixels resolution and an aspect ratio of 20:9. Under the hood, the phone runs on Snapdragon 765G SoC paired with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB onboard memory. In terms of optics, there is a quad-camera module at the back that consists of 48MP primary sensor, 8MP ultrawide lens and two 2MP macro and depth sensor.

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For selfies and video calling, there is a 16MP front shooter hidden underneath the punch hole cutout. Powered by 5,000mAh battery inside, the phone runs on Android 10 with FuntouchOS skin on top. To top up the battery fast, there is a 44W  fast charging support as well. Other specifications include Bluetooth 5, NFC, GPS, Type-C port and 5G connectivity.

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