Technology-Portfolio.Net - In addition to focusing on the middle to upper market segments, Vivo also focuses on affordable budget smartphone segments in the Y series in 2018. One of them is Vivo Y95 which visited several countries in Asia. Now the company is launching a budget smartphone but with a different series, the Vivo U1 which offers more memory choices.
Following current market developments, the Vivo U1 carries a 6.2-inch wide screen with HD + resolution and has a water-drop style bangs for selfie cameras. While for its innards, this smartphone relies on Qualcomm's entry-level class chipset, the Snapdragon 439 which is juxtaposed with 3GB of RAM.
Shifting to the photography section, the smartphone is equipped with a main camera dual-camera setup that has a 13MP f / 2.2 module and a 2MP depth field sensor with an f / 2.4 aperture. While for the 8MP selfie camera and has an f / 2.0 aperture and this is a little different from Vivo Y95.
The fingerprint scanner is also on the back, but if you want an alternative option to activate this smartphone, you have a feature called FaceWake, which is the Vivo "Face Unlock" version. Inside the Vivo U1 there is a capacity of 4,030 mAh which can be charged via a micro USB port. This smartphone offers an IP58 certification and has a 3.5mm audio jack. For the operating system that is run is the appearance of the FunTouch OS 4.5 interface based on Android Oreo.
Speaking of prices, there is a choice of memory configuration that you can adjust to the budget you have. For the basic 3GB / 32GB model priced at CNY 799 ($ 119.14 USD), the 3GB / 64GB model is priced at CNY 999 ($ 148.96 USD), and the 4GB / 64GB model is priced at CNY 1,199 ($ 178.78 USD). There are three color choices, namely Starry Night Black, Aurora Blue, and Aurora Red where all become gradients with various purple or blue colors on the bottom side of the panel.
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