Review Vivo Y55s 5G – This latest Vivo smartphone comes with a standard profile of 9.17mm, and weighs 199.8 grams. It’s actually not too heavy, considering that the iPhone 13 Pro still passes the 200 gram mark. The front screen display itself is very standard, still using the waterdrop notch. Full HD + resolution, IPS panel, and only 60Hz refresh rate.
Likewise with the chipset used. Even though MediaTek has released several of the more modern Dimensity series, Vivo still trusts the older series, the Dimensity 700. Even so, it uses modern 7nm fabrication for power efficiency.
Paired with 8GB RAM which can be expanded up to 12GB, taking up most of the unused portion of the 128GB internal storage.
In addition to the 8MP resolution front camera, the Vivo Y55s 5G rear camera setup is quite simple. The main sensor is a 50MP resolution with an f/1.8 aperture, while the secondary sensor is a 2MP macro camera.
Without a depth sensor, portrait photos will take advantage of digital processing. The camera mode is also quite complete, including Dual View Video which is featured in the vivo V23e series.
Then what makes this device quite thick and heavy, is none other than the battery capacity. Measuring 6,000 mAh, the vivo Y55s 5G is the vivo smartphone with the largest battery today.
The large battery capacity is supported by 18W Flash Charge, via the USB-C port. You can also switch functions into a power bank via the reverse charging feature.