Vivo Y27: Vivo Y27 with 5000mAh battery, 44W fast charging support launched in India: Price, specifications and more – Times of India

i live y27 Here it is. Vivo has added a new smartphone to its Y-series with the launch of Vivo Y27 in India. The smartphone sports a glass body and features an FHD+ display. The budget Vivo smartphone is powered by MediaTek chipset and houses a 5000mAh battery.
Price and Availability
Vivo Y27 comes with a price tag of Rs 14,999. The budget smartphone can be bought in two color options – Burgundy Black and Garden Green. This smartphone is available online on Flipkart, Amazon. i live in india E-store and offline at authorized retail stores in the country.
Vivo Y27 Specifications
Vivo Y27 features a 6.64-inch Full HD+ display with 1080×2388 pixel resolution. The display offers 90Hz refresh rate and peak brightness of up to 600 nits.
This budget smartphone is powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio G85 processor paired with 6GB of RAM. Up to 6GB of virtual RAM support is also available in the smartphone. Vivo Y27 has 128GB of internal storage, which can be further expanded by using a microSD card.
The dual-SIM smartphone runs on Android 13 operating system with the company’s Funtouch OS 13 layered on top. The smartphone sports dual rear cameras with a 50MP main sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a 2MP depth camera with f/2.4 aperture. There is also an 8MP front camera for selfies.
Vivo Y27 comes equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and packs a 5000mAh battery with 44W fast charging support.
Vivo is the fifth largest smartphone company
According to a report by research firm Counterpoint, the global smartphone market continues to decline. This decline has continued for eight consecutive quarters. In the second quarter (April-May-June) of 2023, global smartphone shipments saw a significant decline of 8% compared to the previous quarter and 5% compared to the same period last year. Vivo and iQoo, which had shown strong performance in Q2 2022, faced a sharp decline in growth in China. The decline was attributed in part to intense competition from Samsung and Oppo in the Chinese market. Furthermore, in the offline markets of India and South East Asia, these brands faced fierce competition, further impacting their growth prospects.