The Vivo Y15S is a low-end, entry-level phone that has an average performance which cannot be recommended to the moderate and hard-core Android users.
Vivo Y53i is an entry-level smartphone with good specs and features that make it a reliable daily driver. Let’s see if it is indeed a value-for-money buy or just another addition to the market flooded with budget smartphones.
Vivo launched the Vivo Y71i in India in July 2018, as a watered-down variant of the mid-range Vivo Y71. This cheaper variant sports a massive 6-inch Full View display and also packs in a decent camera and a good battery backup.
The Vivo Y81i was unveiled to the Indian smartphone market in December 2018. The entry-level smartphone phone flaunts a 6.22-inch Full View display coupled with a notch-up front.
In March 2019, Vivo launched a budget variant of the Vivo Y91 - the Vivo Y91i. With a super trendy 6.22-inch Halo FullView display and a screen-to-body ratio of 88.6%, the Vivo Y91i promises to take the viewing experience up a notch. Now, let’s find out if it has the complete package to be hailed as the value for money entry-level smartphone!
Vivo Y81 is a capable phone that defines its margin within the budget market with its mediocre processing and camera, without making any attempt to move out of it.
The Vivo Y69 is primarily a selfie phone with decent image output that has a mid-range price and apt for the social media crowd.
Vivo Y91 is Vivo’s attempt to capture the budget market, but at its price, it fails to make a significant effort due to its poor performance and a mediocre camera.
Vivo Y71 does look good neither does it bring any substance, making it a poor phone that cannot satisfy even a budget user with low expectations.