Vivo Y12 Launched in India; Highlights include 3GB RAM and a 5000mAh Battery

Chinese manufacturer Vivo has added yet another smartphone to its Y series, the recently launched Y12. A few weeks ago, Vivo launched Y12 with 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage. The newly launched Y12 remains the same but gets an update, particularly in two areas – RAM & storage. The RAM takes a hit which is set at 3GB while the storage option has been increased, set at 64GB. The Y12 which was launched in India a few weeks ago has just variant, a 4GB+32GB variant.

Vivo Y12 Launched in India

SPECIFICATIONS:

The Vivo Y12 is lit by a 6.3 inches Halo FullView HD+ display with a 19.3:9 aspect ratio with a waterdrop notch which harbors the front camera. It runs on the Android 9 Pie with Vivo’s custom skin Funtouch OS 9 atop. It runs on MediaTek Helio P22 with the new variant featuring a 32GB onboard storage and 3GB RAM. You can also get the 4GB variant with 32GB built-in storage. Both the variants are expandable via microSD card up to 256GB.

On the camera side of things, the phone sports a triple camera setup which includes a 13MP sensor, 8MP secondary sensor, and a 2MP tertiary sensor along with an LED flash. The front camera is an 8MP sensor that supports Portrait Bokeh and AI Face Beauty.

Other connectivity options include dual-band Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS/ A-GPS, FM radio, micro USB port with USB OTG support, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. As for security, the phone has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. To sustain all these features, the phone packs a 5,000mAh cell which supports the latest power-saving technologies. On the contrary, does not support fast-charging.

PRICING:

As for the pricing, the 3GB+64GB variant will cost you ₹11,990, while the 4GB + 32GB variant will cost you ₹12,490. You can buy the phone from Vivo’s official website and Amazon.in.

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