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The Vivo Y93s has its performance and design in its favor. However, it has a few pros and cons.
- The phone is well-designed and comfortable, with an average weight. This makes it easy to hold.
- With 4 GB RAM and Octa-core processor, the phone scores high in terms of its performance and speed.
- In terms of camera quality, the phone is equipped with a good camera setup for good photography experience.Cons :
- The display of the phone is not very sharp for an immersive experience.
- The phone is not equipped with a fingerprint sensor.
While the phone comes with the best-in-class storage capacity and a powerful battery, the phone can be a disappointment for those looking for a great visual experience while streaming video content.
Vivo Y93s is a lower medium-range Android variant of the Vivo brand, priced at Rs 17,790. Expected to launch on 31st July, the Y93s scores in terms of configuration and design.
It does downgrade in terms of the screen quality but the camera of this phone is quite good.
The phone is a mix and match and people would have to decide on what they want from the phone when they are purchasing it.
The Vivo Y93s is a very well crafted phone. The curvatures at the edges give it a stylish feel, however, the phone is comfortable to hold. The phone weighs around 165 gms, making it easy to carry. It also features a 3.5 mm audio jack and slots for dual sim cards. Upon its release, the phone will be available in 3 shades- Black, Blue, and Red. The phone also comes with USB support, which makes charging easier.
The display can be considered as one of the weaker aspects of this phone. Vivo Y93s lacks FHD (Full High Definition) display, which is available in other phones of the same range. With a screen size of 6.2 inches, a bezel-less display with waterdrop notch, the phone can provide a decent visual experience to the user. With a screen resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels and a pixel density of 271 ppi, the user can expect a decent display experience. The screen to body ratio of 82.07%, the users can expect good visuals.
The Vivo Y93s comes with the best-in-class performance specifications. With a 4GB RAM and an Octa-core processor, the phone is equipped with a MediaTel Helio P22 chipset. This means that the user can effectively multitask without any signs of any lags. A PowerVR GE8320 fuels the graphics for good user experience. These specifications ensure that the user can switch between tabs and apps and game, without experiencing any delays or lags.
The Vivo Y93s sports a dual rear camera set up with a 13MP + 2MP/ F2.2 primary sensors that help to click a picture with depth. With an image resolution of 4128 X 3096 pixels and camera features like Digital zoom, auto flash, face detection and touch to focus, the user can be assured of a good camera experience with this phone. For the front camera, the phone is equipped with 8 MP/ F 2.0 camera, which serves well the purpose of clicking selfies. The users also have the option to choose from various shooting ranges, including continuous Shooting, high dynamic range mode (HDR), etc.
The Vivo Y93s comes with a massive 4,030 mAh of battery. This implies that the phone can run the entire day on a single day. The Li-on battery with powerful battery specs makes it one of the best among other lower mid-range phones. The solid power backup can come in handy during travel or long work hours, where one can use the phone without the fear of discharge within 24 hours.
While the user can be assured of great performance, storage and battery specifications from the about-to-be-launched Vivo Y93s, the specifications suggest that the phone does not fare well in terms of display and camera. Fueled by the custom Android v.8.1 (Oreo), the phone can come in handy for those looking to multi-task effectively on their phones