Vivo recently launched its brand new smartphone Vivo Y72 in India on Friday, 15 July. Its key features and pricing imply that it will soon compete with realme8 pro. The Indian version of Vivo Y72 comes with a unique dual screen feature that is unique in the market. While the Thai version is already supported by MediaTek HD+ density soC, the Indian version is armed with a dual display system. It can be referred to as QWERTY on the Vivo Y72 – a step ahead from the existing android phones.
On the face of it, the two phones seem similar with the same basic features such as the QWERTY keyboard, built-in email, camera, Bluetooth, WiFi, Wi-Fi Direct, music player and the usual features found in high-end smartphones like the iPhone and Blackberry. On the contrary, there are several differences worth pointing out. The price range of the two phones is also quite different. Let’s see what these differences are.
Both phones have a built-in micro SD card slot that supports the card-switching in OMA mode. However, the sole feature of the micro SD card in the Y 72 is not enough for all applications as the other handset can accommodate up to two more gigabytes in the data card. This is an important point because in some instances, expanding the memory with the help of an external card might prove to be a tedious vivo y72 task. The solution here is to utilize the built-in camera of the Y 72 with the OMA software to capture images as well as videos.
The main camera of the two handsets is also quite dissimilar with the one found in the iPhone and the BlackBerry. It is no longer a secret that the iPhone has a higher resolution than its counterpart and hence the pictures and videos captured with the device are far sharper in color and in contrast. The OMA camera of the Y 72 however is only capable of capturing images at the lower resolution. Hence the result is an inferior picture quality to that of the iPhone and the BlackBerry. On the other hand, the absence of the microSD slot means that the device can only hold up to 2 gigabytes of data.
One more feature that separates the two devices is their display technology. The littlest touch screen of the OMA android phone cannot compete with the sharp LCD panel of the Y 72. While it is true that the OMA HTC Evo has slightly larger LCD panel, it is only by a very small margin and the difference between the two phones is negligible when comparing all aspects. This is in fact one of the most crucial points where the Android device clearly edges ahead of the iPhone and BlackBerry in the smart mobile phone stakes. Apart from the large usable screen and the stunning features, the OMA HTC Evo also sports a very powerful chipset – the Mezzanine
To conclude, both devices are really beautiful but the OMA HTC Evo surpasses the iPhone and BlackBerry in terms of its looks. It also has the latest handset specification including the gorgeous dual HD pixel Super AMOLED capacitive display with a pixel density of 401 ppi. On the other hand, the Vivo y72 has got some great features packed into it. It is equipped with the latest android operating system along with a huge user population.