Review of the Vivo Y72 5G

The Vivo Y72 5G is a stunning smartphone from LG. It looks great, performs flawlessly, and most importantly it suits every need. With its stylish aluminum build, it’s not hard to imagine why this phone is so popular. At first glance, it doesn’t look like a smartphone at all. Instead, it’s more of a laptop, or a device that combines a traditional cell phone and a smart phone. That duality isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but the Y72 definitely has a unique selling point that sets it apart from the rest.

The most noticeable difference between this phone and other phones on the market is the lack of a full QWERTY keyboard. Instead, there is a physical home button on the left side with a secondary button on the right side. This makes it easier to utilize apps, but it does make for an odd experience when trying to type on the phone. Thankfully, however, the phone comes standard with a standard keyboard, so if you’re used to capacitive keys on your normal smartphone, then you will feel right at home with the Vivo Y 72 5g.

As with many smartphones, the Vivo Y 72 has an ample amount of internal storage. The built in memory is adequate for most apps and games, though it is lacking compared to competitors. On the plus side, the phone has a large display that easily fits in your eye without much effort. This large display also means you get bright white colors without having to compromise on color accuracy. Colors are vibrant and text is sharp and clear, which is especially important if you use the camera a lot.

When it comes to browsing the web, the browser on the vivo y72 5g Y 72 has pretty decent features compared to some other phones in the market. It runs the Chrome browser flawlessly, thanks to an upgraded version of android that Google released for this device. The browser has very basic features like tabbed browsing and is fast. In my opinion, there are not many differences between it and the standard android browser.

In addition to the large display and easy to use browser, the phone has an excellent sound quality. The speaker inside the phone is positioned behind the ear meaning that you can’t hear it wailing out from inside. The built in speakerphone is capable of getting rid of most of the noise without adding much to the already great sound quality. Other features include a solid back plate, front touch key, and rear cameras which are not too shabby. With all of these features in place, I don’t think it would be tough to take calls while on the go. This makes the Vivo Y 72 the perfect device for anyone who wants a phone with tons of features.

What really set the Y 72 apart from other mobiles in the market is the fact that it uses an Open Handset Alliance (OHA) software platform. What this means is that the phone supports Android apps that are developed by major mobile companies like Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, etc. It also allows you to stream high definition video content from YouTube and Vimeo. There are many other apps in the market, but most of them run well on the Y 72. The software is still relatively new, so it is hard to tell if there will be enough support from major android app developers to make it worthwhile for people who want a fully featured and customizable smartphone.

The performance of the phone was quite impressive given its specs. The phone boots up quickly and displays clear text and images. On the internet speed test, the video y 72 5g recorded a speed of 1014.6 modemip. The phone does not have a built-in camera, but can attach a front-facing camera through mics or Bluetooth. It also has a high definition video camera, although the video quality can be low at times. The Vivo Y 72 has a complete memory with the same amount of storage capacity as the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S III, though it uses a bit less than the latter.

When comparing the two, the built in memory of the Y 72 comes out as the winner, especially when comparing against the Nokia E71, which has just 2GB memory. While it might seem like the handset lacks a few features, like the high definition video camera, the build in memory and the software support for android apps make it a great choice. The build in the OHA software stack allows users to access millions of apps, giving it a significant advantage over the competition.