Vivo Y02 Made Official in Pakistan; Playful Entry-Level Device with High-end Design

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo Y02 is part of the company’s long-going stream of remakes, being the fourth installment in the wild lineup, Y02t, Y02A, and Y02s. The S-variant is already available in Pakistan, and now, the standard Vivo Y02 is here to join the party as an ultimate entry-level device. Here are the phone’s specs and the announced price for our market.  

At first glance, the Vivo Y02 impresses with its modern and premium aesthetic. The 6.51-inch IPS LCD dominates the face of the device, featuring a notch seamlessly blending into the screen. With an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels and a 20:9 aspect ratio, the Y02 offers a satisfactory viewing experience, albeit not groundbreaking.

When it comes to photography, the Y02 takes a modest approach. Equipped with a single 8MP shooter on the back, it may not deliver the most awe-inspiring results, but the metallic rim surrounding the camera module adds a touch of elegance to its overall appearance. Selfie enthusiasts will appreciate the phone’s 5MP front-facing camera.

The new Vivo budget mobile houses the MediaTek budget-powerhouse Helio P22 chipset, a low-performance yet reliable option as an SoC. Accompanying this processor is 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, giving it an easy handle on everyday tasks and multimedia needs.

Running on the Lite Android environment, specifically the Android 12 Go edition, the Vivo Y02 promises a smooth and optimized user experience. Fueling the device is a generous 5,000mAh battery, which should provide ample power to keep you connected throughout the day.

It's worth noting that the Y02 supports only 10W charging and utilizes a MicroUSB port rather than the more contemporary Type-C. While the Vivo Y02 may lack a biometric reader, it compensates with an affordable price tag and nostalgic charm. On retail, the phone will cost you Rs 45,000; however, buying the device from Vivo dealers will lower the cost to Rs 43,000/-. 


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