Vivo Y77 5G is launched with a 120Hz screen and 80W fast charging

The most powerful smartphone in Vivo’s Y range, the Y77 5G, has become official. Since the smartphone is running on the SoC Dimensity 930, everything about the performance is excellent. A platform of this kind receives around 500,000 points in AnTuTu benchmark tests.

In addition, the smartphone comes with a 256 GB of flash memory and 8 GB of RAM. The AMOLED display features a 6.67-inch diagonal, Full HD + resolution, and a 120 Hz frame rate. The front camera is available and has an 8-megapixel resolution.

Vivo Y77 5G 5G comes with a 120Hz OLED display, Dimensity 930 and 80W fast charging

Also, 50 and 2 megapixel sensors serve as the main camera’s. We also have a 4500 mAh battery with 80-watt charging, a side-mounted fingerprint reader, a headphone port, and two color options are also noteworthy. The smartphone costs $300 and is only available in China for now.

Vivo Y77 5G

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Apart of the Vivo Y77, the company is preparing to release another smartphone of the flagship X80 line. The model will be named X80 Lite.

The X80 Lite, along with the X80 Pro+, is expected to be unveiled in September. The insiders expects that the smartphone will be based on the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 SoC or on any Dimensity platform and will receive up to 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory. And, although this is still only an assumption, it is quite logical.

Of course, with this configuration, the model will not be a flagship, but this is normal, since manufacturers usually make Lite models technically very far from top-end devices.

It is worth noting that the latest Lite model in Vivo’s flagship lineup was the X50 Lite. The X60 and X70 lines did without such versions.

Vivo has recently unveiled its new flagship smartphone Vivo X80 Pro for the international market. The smartphone has been on sale in China for some time and turned out to be an absolute bestseller across all sales channels.

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