Vivo mobile launched another phone with the name of Y55s it has the same model’s name. Not be confused with Y55s of 2017 and also with the 5G version of the Y55s from 2021. However, the specs are quite similar to the former. This latest Y55s 5G model, however, is designed for international markets.
The most notable difference we notice is that the new Vivo Y55s model comes with an mAh lower of 5,000 in comparison to the 6,000mAh of its Y55s name. In addition it has the same 18W of charging. The other specifications are identical, too. The dimensions of the phone are 164 inches by 75.84 and 8.25mm and weighs just 187 grams. It comes in stars black, galaxy blue or galaxy blue.
It has a 6.58-inch, FullHD+ (2408 x 1080) LCD, MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 128GB of non-expandable storage. There is no 8GB RAM option as there is on the 2021 variant. The phone also has dual SIM 5G support, dual-band Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.1, a USB Type-C port with OTG support, FM radio, NFC and a full array of sensors, including gravity, light, proximity, compass, gyroscope and a side-mounted fingerprint reader.
The camera department has the 50MP f/1.8 main camera, as well as two 2MP, f/2.4 camera sensors at the back of the phone – one for information on depth of portraits and the other one for macro photos. This is technically one more camera than the 2021 version that comes with the handset. On the front , there’s an 8MP f/1.8 self-camera.
The new global vivo Y55s 5G is priced at NTD 7,990 ($265) for the 4GB, plus 128GB variant and NTD 8,490 ($280) for the higher-end 6GB, plus 128GB one.