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About the Phone
With excellent battery life and average hardware setup, Vivo Y30 won’t disappoint those users with a strict budget and those who don’t have a lot of power usage on their phones.
- Excellent battery life
- Android 10-based FuntouchOS 10
- Plastic frame
- Punch-hole front camera
- 10W charging tech
- Average camera
- Average chipset
Vivo Y30 has finally arrived in India after months of launch in Malaysia where most of the OEMs launch their first phones including Vivo. Vivo Y30 was discreetly launched in India at a price tag of Rs 14,990/- on Flipkart starting July 3nd. Vivo Y30 does manage to bring a punch-hole design unlike other budget phones and excellent battery life for those with a higher usage although it isn’t meant for power users for sure. It has most of the bells and whistles you find on other phones in the same segment as well.
Vivo Y30 Price in India
About the Vivo Y30 price in India, the device is available at Rs 14,990/- for its 4+128GB variant which is the only version available. You can choose between Emerald black and Dazzle Blue colour variants which look classy and elegant. It is listed on Flipkart for purchase with, of course, a bunch of deals and offers are available with it. You can also get it from Amazon for the same price.
Even though Vivo Y30 is a budget phone, its design is purely premium with an excellent display on top with a punch-hole camera setup at the top-left corner. There’s decently-sized bezels around the edges and a sufficient tall notch but not oddly sized. Even with a glass front and plastic back with a plastic frame, the design is something that pops up. The rear panel has 3D curves to add to the look and make a perfect grip. Its back panel has a quad-camera setup with three lenses independently stacked vertically with a LED flash below them and a fourth sensor joins them side-by-side all in a rectangular camera bump.
Finally, there’s a square rear-mounted fingerprint sensor although placed too high on the back panel. Overall, the back panel has a glossy look that gives it a premium appearance which slightly curves on the edges that makes it look thinner than its original thickness at 9.1mm.
Vivo Y30 is a budget phone so its display is based on its pricing no doubt. It is a 6.47-inch IPS LCD panel with 720×1560 pixels resolution and a 266 PPI density. It has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and comes with a standard protective glass on top although unspecified and unknown at this moment. The bezels are so thin that the screen to body ratio reaches almost 90.7%. This display is again called iView display by Vivo and supports an eye-protection mode to relieve eye strain.
Vivo Y30 runs on the latest Android 10-based FuntouchOS 10 and no doubt it will get Android 11 sometime next year once it releases in Q3 2020. Adding to the software, there is a new customisable feature in the Settings called Dynamic Effects to let you customise the screen animations. You also get an iManager to clean up your phone of any unwanted data.
About the hardware configuration, the phone sports a MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core chipset clocked at 2.35GHz of max frequency. Further, it has a PowerVR GE8320 graphics processing unit and a 4GB RAM to go with it. The phone has a 128GB eMMC 5.1 storage on-board. Vivo Y30 also comes with Multi-Turbo 3.0 to make your smartphone processing more intelligent and fast.
Talking about the optics mounted on Vivo Y30, there’s an average quad-camera setup including a 13MP primary wide-angle sensor with an aperture of f/2.2; a secondary 8MP ultrawide sensor with f/2.2 aperture, a tertiary 2MP macro sensor with f/2.4 aperture; and finally, a 2MP depth sensor with f/2.4 aperture. It can shoot videos at 1080p@30fps.
The front has an 8MP front punch-hole camera setup capable of shooting videos at 1080p@30fps and it is backed with Artificial Intelligence for better shots.
About the battery mounted on Vivo Y30, it’s a 5,000 mAh Li-Po non-removable battery with a 10W charging support. Although the battery is supergiant with more than 1½ days of excellent battery support, it’s charging speed is exceptionally slow so you would have to spend hours charging it back to full capacity for sure.
Vivo Y30, a budget phone, is available in India with a humongous 5,000 mAh battery pack along with a tonne of connectivity features including a 3.5mm headphone jack. Although it is available with a sole storage configuration, its average processor and camera setup do allow light and moderate users although power users would find it incompetent to use. It does bring everything you need although compromises a bit to justify its price tag.