In December 2015, Vivo launched a smartphone called Vivo Y51 with a Snapdragon 410 processor, and last September, it launched a new Y51 phone with a (Snapdragon 665) processor, an AMOLED screen, and four Rear cameras, the main resolution of which is 48 megapixels.
Now the Chinese company announced the launch of a new phone with the same name, but this time it is different in terms of design, and internal specifications.
The new vivo Y51 phone offers a 6.58-inch LCD screen with FHD + accuracy, which is 0.2 inches larger than the previous phone that was launched last September with an AMOLED screen. The new phone features a battery that comes with a larger capacity of 5,000 mAh, compared to 4,500 mAh.
The new vivo Y51 differs from Vivo from last September’s phone in that the number of rear cameras is three instead of four, as the main comes with 48 megapixels, while the second comes for 8-megapixel ultra-wide imaging, and the third comes for shooting close-up objects with a resolution of 2 Megapixels.
Vivo moved the fingerprint sensor that was under the screen in the previous phone to a side button because the LCD screens do not support placing the fingerprint sensor underneath.
In addition, the two phones offer the same specifications, including: a processor (Snapdragon 665), the internal storage memory that comes with a capacity of 128 GB, and the front camera that comes in pieces within the screen with a resolution of 16 megapixels. The two phones support 18-watt fast charging technology via the USB-C port.
The new Vivo Y51 phone is available in two colors, at a price equivalent to 225 USD in Indonesia, and will be sold as of December 7.