Vivo Y36 4G and Y36 5G Break Cover; Launched with 90Hz Displays and 44W Adapters

Sohail Akhtar

Vivo launches two new mid-rangers in Indonesia. The handsets are essentially twins; however, the company has segmented them into 5G and 4G models catering to the diverse needs of consumers. The duo is titled Vivo Y36 4G and Y36 5G, and here’s everything you need to know about them. 

Unveiled with 5G capabilities, the Vivo Y36 5G boasts Dimensity 6020 SoC at its core. On the other hand, Vivo Y36 4G is primed with Snapdragon 680 processor, which lags ever so slightly behind its 5G counterpart. As for the rest of their hardware, they parallel each other.

 Both Vivo Y36 and Y36 5G captivate with a striking IPS display. It encapsulates a 16MP selfie unit under a punch-hole cutout. Vivo fans can breathe a sigh of relief as the company bids farewell to the outdated and intrusive drop-notch design that had persisted in their mid-range phones.

The handsets secure 6.44-inch IPS LCD panels with an FHD+ resolution. Setting their screens apart is the smoothness offered by the 90Hz refresh rates, ensuring seamless transitions and enhanced responsiveness. The newcomers continue to impress with their dynamic glass design and square camera island. Vivo phone prices are often a deciding factor for many consumers looking for budget-friendly options.

The island encompasses two glass rings with a prime 50MP sensor and a secondary 2MP depth mapper. Assisting in night photography is their circular LED flash mounted beside the lenses. Both devices sport convince to unlock the screen using the fingerprint reader. The sensor is embedded in the power key. 

Powering the Y36 series, both models house a robust 5000mAh battery, ensuring prolonged usage. With the convenience of 44W power adapters, these devices offer ultra-fast charging capabilities. At their helms, they have 8GB virtual and 8GB physical RAM followed by 256Gigs of storage. The 4G Y36 costs ~$226 (~PKR 64,500). The company has yet to announce the price of its 5G variant. 


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