Today, a freshly unveiled budget-friendly smartphone made its debut with subtle fanfare – presenting the vivo Y36i. It is powered by a MediaTek chipset.
The styling and color coordination exude trendiness, presenting a trio of options: Fantasy Purple, Galaxy Gold, and Deep Space Black. Moreover, the sleek chassis boasts a thickness of 8.09mm and a weight of 186 grams.
The Vivo Y36i has a 6.56-inch LCD with a “water drop screen” design, featuring a resolution of 1612 × 720. It supports a 90Hz refresh rate, 180Hz touch sampling rate, and 16.7 million colors. Also has a peak brightness of 840 nits, and can dim down to a minimum of 2 nits.
When it comes to photography, a 5-megapixel lens graces the front, while a 13-megapixel primary camera sits on the rear, supporting autofocus and a 10x digital zoom capability.
Under the hood, Vivo Y36i has the MediaTek Dimensity 6020 octa-core processor (2.2GHz×2+2.0GHz×6), utilizing LPDDR4X RAM and UFS2.2 storage – details on memory and storage specifics remain unchanged.
The side seamlessly integrates fingerprint recognition for functionality, complemented by a robust 5000mAh battery that enables 15W fast charging.
The vivo Y36i positions itself as an entry-level option, exclusively providing a 4GB+128GB configuration and is competitively priced at 1,199 yuan (about $169).