Vivo Y95 Now Official With All New Gradient Design And Waterdrop Notch

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Design-wise, Vivo Y95 resembles the V11 Pro to a great extent. This one too flaunts a gradient design and what looks like a fiberglass back

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo unveiled a new smartphone the Y95 in the Philippines, a day after hands-on pictures of the new design was leaked. Interestingly enough, Vivo Y95 is essentially Vivo Y93 with some minor differences pertaining to display and camera specifications and a rear-mounted fingerprint reader. Vivo Y93, however, is exclusive to the Chinese market.

From the looks of it, Vivo Y95 resembles the V11 Pro to a great extent. This one too flaunts a gradient design and what looks like a fiberglass back. It would fall under sub-Rs 20,000 price segment if Vivo decides to bring it to the Indian market anytime soon. Vivo Y75 costs 13,999 Philippine pesos, which roughly translates to $265 or Rs 19,110.

Similar to Vivo V11 Pro, it sports waterdrop notch above the display, further reducing the size of bezels while offering more screen real-estate to consume more content. Vivo Y95 is probably the first smartphone outside of its home turf to carry the Snapdragon 439 chip under the hood.

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Up front, it has 1,520 x 720 pixels stretched across 6.22 inches IPS panel, resulting in only 270 ppi pixel density. This could very well turn into a disappointing factor given that it sports such a big screen size at merely 720p resolution. We reckon the video streaming experience may not be encouraging given such a low pixel density.

As for all other specifications, Vivo Y95 houses 13MP + 2MP dual rear camera with a dedicated depth sensor. For selfies, it has a 20MP shooter on the front. It packs a 4,030mAh battery under the hood.

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