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Vivo Y55L launched at Rs 11,980, supports split-screen multitasking

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo has launched Y55L, its next sub 15K device that replaces Y51L. The phone running Android Marshmallow 6.0 with Vivo’s Funtouch OS atop would support split screen multitasking feature as a primary addition. The 5.2 inch 4G phone will be available at a price of Rs 11,980 in Gold and Space Grey color variants.

Having familiar rounded design, the unibody Y55L doesn’t shy a bit from looking like the iPhone. It has a 2.5D glass covering its 720p HD display and is paired to an eye protection mode that filters out blue light from the display light for less harmful usage.

Measuring 147.9mm × 72.9mm × 7.5mm, the phone weighs 142g. It has a 5MP camera at front and 8MP camera at the back. The front camera has a screen flash feature that makes better low light selfies by flooding light from the screen. Though, Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 has a higher resolution 16MP rear camera and so does the LeEco Le 2, Panasonic Eluga Note and Moto G4 Plus.

Vivo Y55L is fitted with a Qualcomm chipset that has a 1.4GHz octa core processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, expandable up to 128GB by a micro SD card. Snapdragon 430 (and hence the phone) supports 4G VoLTE network, Bluetooth LE and Dual SIM cards (slot separate from micro SD card). Powering the phone is a 2650mAh battery.

Kent Cheng, who takes charge as the new CEO of Vivo India, said, “We want to cater to every price point with our innovative products. And through Y55L we want to tap the users that are looking for a smartphone that not just looks great but also delivers the desired results with its overall package.”

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